angle plate


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angle plate

[′aŋ·gəl ‚plāt]
(design engineering)
An L-shaped plate or a plate having an angular section.
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These recent changes in outcomes, coupled with the high degree of difficulty in applying this fixed angle devices and decreased infection rates, higher union rates, and shorter operative times with intramedullary nailing, have led to decreased use in 95-degree fixed angle plates [14, 25].
Workholding is also the same, and angle plates are frequently used.
This is true with angle plates, trunion fixtures, indexing heads, vises, and air chucks, all of which are changed frequently.
Exact adjustment of the shear angle is made possible with the use of shear angle plates. Also patented is a technique for regulating cutting forces that are independent of the cutting path.
Aluminum and steel straight chuck jaws, aluminum, steel and cast iron Pie Jaws, aluminum tooling columns, subplates, masterplates and angle plates are just a few of the workholding products on display.
With the invention of CNC machines, the product line was further expanded to include tooling columns, tooling blocks, master plates and segments, and angle plates and parallels.
Ed Blasz says, "We use three different kinds of products from Stevens Engineering Inc: a Silo Column for tooling plates, narrow-profile angle plates for odd jobs, and several types of double-access angle plates.