balance tool

balance tool

[′bal·əns ‚tül]
(mechanical engineering)
A tool designed for taking the first cuts when the external surface of a piece in a lathe is being machined; it is supported in the tool holder at an unvarying angle.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Our objective was to estimate the effects of stover harvest on the soil organic carbon stock in the Pampas, using a locally developed soil carbon balance tool, and to test management option impacts on expected soil carbon contents.
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Sunnen says it custom designs each TC tool by mapping the bore, creating a two-dimensional profile to determine optimum length, and spacing the abrasives to balance tool wear and produce consistent bore geometry and dimensional accuracy over thousands of parts.
They provide the same capabilities as the monitoring and controlled open-speed technologies but can also allow the moulder to balance tools, fill extremely complex multi-gated parts, reduce warpage, cut clamp force, and even trim part weight.
They provide the same capabilities as the monitoring and controlled open-speed technologies but can also allow the molder to balance tools, fill extremely complex multi-gated parts, reduce warpage, cut clamp force, and even trim part weight.
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Mr Marcoux uses a Hine balancer operating at 750 rpm to balance tools that will run at 25,000 rpm.