carriage stop

carriage stop

[′kar·ij ‚stäp]
(mechanical engineering)
A device added to the outer way of a lathe bed for accurately spacing grooves, turning multiple diameters and lengths, and cutting off pieces of specified thickness.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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* Roger Reynolds Nursery & Carriage Stop, Menlo Park, CA (rogerreyHolds nursery.com or 650/323-5612), carries grower Terrianne Toso's pumpkin varieties, which are shown here.
Lathe setup should find the properly sharpened lathe tool bit making just light contact with the locking lugs with the graduated carriage stop on zero.
Manneh found a nursery he liked, Roger Reynolds Nursery & Carriage Stop in Menlo Park (www.rogerreynoldsnursery.com or 650/323-5612), and designed his garden around the plants he discovered there.
At this stage, I place a well-sharpened lathe bit in the crossfeed in preparation for cutting the barrel shoulder and bring the lathe carriage stop, set at zero, against the carriage.
He was honored at each venue and wrote extensive diary entries about his impressions of the carriage stops for food and overnight stays at taverns and private homes.
"We also brought in some fake hedging as background for a scene where the carriage stops."
When contacted by an obstruction in the access aisle during movement, the carriage stops instantly.