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spring pin

[′spriŋ ‚pin]
(mechanical engineering)
An iron rod which is mounted between spring and axle on a locomotive, and which maintains a regulated pressure on the axle.
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When the gun is reassembled, the spring pin sometimes gets overlooked and isn't reinstalled.
After drilling the hole for the spring pin, I inserted the pin, and with the spring flat against the stock, I carefully traced around it with a sharp pencil.
The CBT-QFN-7056 contactor employs a stamped spring pin configuration with a 14.5-g actuation force per pin and cycle life of 50,000 insertions.
The new machine is designed, engineered and manufactured in America to drill and insert Lockdowel's Eclips 20mm Barbed Channel Lock or H-Clip and 8mm steel spring pin, allowing panels to be fastened without glue, case-clamps or tools—reducing assembly time by 70 percent.
Ironwood Electronics recently introduced a new Stamped spring pin socket addressing high performance requirements.
Ironwood Electronics (Eagan, MN) has introduced a stamped spring pin socket addressing high performance requirements for testing BGA30-CBT-BGA-7027.
When you replace the breech lock, you're also supposed to replace the Spring pin, NSN 5315-01-541-7233.
Remove the firing pin retainer spring pin to remove the firing pin block and spring.
The contactor is a stamped spring pin with 31-gram actuation force per ball and cycle life of 125,000 Insertions.
* A high performance stamped spring pin with 14 g actuation force per ball.
The CBT-QFN-7033 stamped spring pin socket is designed for testing DFN6 (six-contact dual-flat no-leads) electronic filters.
Micro and Nano-sized connectors with ruggedized spring pin contacts, as small as 13 one-thousandths of an inch in diameter, provide constant connection through high vibration and physical shock.