tie bar


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tie bar

[′tī ‚bär]
(civil engineering)
A bar used as a tie rod.
A rod connecting two switch rails on a railway to hold them to gage.
(geology)

tie bar

1. A flat bar used as a tie or a tie rod.
2. A deformed bar, embedded in a concrete construction at a joint and designed to hold abutting edges together; not designed for direct-load transfer.
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For many men, it's all about the details--such as cutaway and brightly colored tie bars, or traditional ones in gold and silver styles.
The much shorter tie bar improves machine stiffness, and the location of the split nuts eliminates the need to pull the tie bar thread area into the die space each cycle.
meters) and generous space for auxiliary equipment (platen daylight is 19.69" and tie bar spacing is 10-11").
The company adapted its standard top inject design, tie bar press with dual FIFO (first in, first out) injectors capable of 400 cu.
Due to its rigidity and exact parallelism, the four tie bar design of the horizontally arranged clamping unit with the fully hydraulic clamping system is said to ensure perfect part quality.