access hole

access hole

[′ak‚ses ‚hōl]
(engineering)
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The case's top has an easy access hole that allows users to slip a cartridge out without opening it.
You can also create a hedgehog highway by cutting an access hole 13mm x 13mm in the base of your fence to link with your neighbours so they can roam and search for a mate.
If the access hole is too small or the gun is too large for your hand to reach in and comfortably establish a firing grip as well as draw, your chances of being successful in a defensive encounter are slim.
When determining the geometry of flange tapering, the beam end moment was controlled in between 0.90 and 0.95 [M.sub.pd] and the distance between the critical section (Section C) and the end of the welding access hole was kept 25 mm.
Therefore, the abutment screw was modified to have a prefabricated access hole for easy retrieval when the abutment screw fractures.
On arrival, crews discovered that members of the public had already begun to dig an access hole where Zac's barking could be heard.
Leave enough room to slide the trigger drawbar plunger and spring into its access hole in front of the trigger.
After the screw is appropriately tightened, the screw head is pro- tected by cotton, and the insertion access hole is restored to occlusion with composite.
The plug covering the shaft access hole was hanging from safety wire.
For a pumpkin, cut an access hole at the bottom and clean out the goo from there.
Composite was added to simulate an all-ceramic abutment preparation (Figure 4, above right) while maintaining the access hole for the screw.
Instead, they had to resort to hoisting the car up, cutting out an access hole in the undercarriage, and puncturing multiple holes into the battery pack itself to put out the fire.