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arbor

1. a rotating shaft in a machine or power tool on which a milling cutter or grinding wheel is fitted
2. a rotating shaft or mandrel on which a workpiece is fitted for machining
3. Metallurgy a part, piece, or structure used to reinforce the core of a mould

Arbor

A light open latticework frame, often used as a shady garden shelter or bower.

arbor

[′ar·bər]
(horology)
The axle of a wheel in a watch or clock.
(mechanical engineering)
A cylindrical device positioned between the spindle and outer bearing of a milling machine and designed to hold a milling cutter.
A shaft or spindle used to hold a revolving cutting tool or the work to be cut.
(metallurgy)
A device which supports sand cores in molds.

arbor

1. A light, open structure having a lattice framework, usually supporting intertwined vines or flowers; a shaded, leafy recess, often formed by tree branches.
3. The rotating shaft of a circular saw, spindle molder, shaper, etc.
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Internal networks pose unique challenges for companies leaving confidential company information open to security threats such as insider misuse, phishing, zero-day attacks, and many more," said Jack Boyle, CEO of Arbor Networks.
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IT departments need a detailed understanding of information going into the network, coming out of the network, and all transactions in between," said Tina Stewart, vice president of marketing of Arbor Networks.