arbor press

arbor press

[′är·bər ‚pres]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine used for forcing an arbor or a mandrel into drilled or bored parts preparatory to turning or grinding. Also known as mandrel press.
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Earlier this year, an automotive supplier told Joseph that the company was being leaned on by its customer about low-volume assembly work it was doing on an arbor press: the customer wanted data about the performance of the operation.
He began handloading ammunition in about 1900 and handmade his own arbor press loading tool.
These two-die sets can be used with either a mallet or arbor press to produce incredibly precise cartridges.
It's an arbor press that we tricked out a bit, and when lowered Into the mouth of a can of juice or soda, it widens It Then I Insert a miniature bottle of booze, straw, and a garnish or two, and voila.
The test method used copper wire hot-dipped in molten alloy, cooled, and bent into a U-shape with a forming die on an arbor press (FIGURE 1).
I find it much better to use an arbor press. Now if you have images of some industrial tool, you're barkin' up the wrong tree!
Using an arbor press, they attached nuts made in a 3D printer to the cartridges and pressed a bolt through the steel backing and the brass hoop and into the nut, securing all the pieces together.
I think Table 2 (Tools and Test Equipment) needs to be updated because the NSNs for Item 17, the arbor press (gauge); Item 71, chemical oil protection gloves; and Item 125, refrigerant reclaimer, aren't good.
An analog scenario that is common in many manufacturing environments is when an arbor press is used to apply a compressive force onto a specimen, like when a widget is crushed to test its strength.
Malone, a Michigan native, started his career at Advance's Grand Rapids Press and was later with the Bay City Times and the late Ann Arbor Press, where he was editor from 1983-1988.