Off center


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Off center

Applies to a structural member which is not properly centered.
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With the Briney 0.0003" eccentric bore, as the set screw is tightened, the clearance is pushed to within 0.0001" of center, while the standard holder maintains the 0.0004" clearance and the clearances are pushed 0.0004" off center. So, when a set screw is turned down in the standard holder and the tool is rotated 180 degrees, the total runout is 0.0008."
off center. Meanwhile, the tool is fitted with a bearing follower, which maintains contact with the part and determines how far off center the table needs to move as part dimensions change.
With his long-awaited intervention into the discourse of cultural insurgency, Off Center: Power and Cultural Relations between Japan and the United States, Miyoshi brings his critical prowess to bear not exclusively upon the dynamics of a particular site (his previous works focus primarily upon a Japan under the pressures of a foreign or Western exposure), but rather on the ontological dynamic that appears in and is constituted solely by and upon the morphic relations between (at least) two countries, two languages and two epistemic systems.