center shaft

center shaft

Of a revolving door, the vertical shaft to which the wings are attached.
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Somewhat resembling a spinning bottlebrush, this tool is characterized by abrasive globules that are permanently mounted to flexible filaments that are attached to a center shaft. This extremely flexible, low-cost tool can be used for sophisticated surfacing, de-burring, edge-blending and cleaning.
The Closer is available in three neck styles (plumbers neck, flow neck, and center shaft) in both right and left hand.
Using a precision knife, slice down the rachis (the center shaft) of the ostrich plume, leaving enough room to keep the feather together but cutting off the bulky stiffness of the rachis.
The wind tunnel test model was using a 1/6th scale model that consisted of a nonrotating center shaft and a rotor equipped with 6 blades of the same blade geometry at a fixed diameter of D = 073663 m with a faring in front of the center shaft.
The engineering team increased the center shaft diameter and radius to slow the velocity around the problem area.
The stairwells are also magnificent, and so is the center shaft: The space looks a little bit like a James Turrell work.
Through a U-joint, the decoupled rotation of the inner ringer is driven by the center shaft that supports the MP to improve the positioning accuracy.
"The Snow is a double-compound engine with one center shaft that holds two pistons that fire on both sides," he says.
The CMM44 has a large diameter center shaft with tapered bearings and a sturdy tubular steel construction for long-lasting durability.
A machine-forged aluminum frame (one piece), side plate and spool, plus oversized bearings and center shaft, handle the grunt work for Fin-Nor Santiago SA12 and SA16 conventional reels.
Coaxial Mixers incorporate a center shaft low speed sweep blade and high-speed disperser.