clamping screw

screw clamp

screw clamp
Any clamp set by means of a screw, but esp. one used in woodworking which has two large parallel jaws for holding the work to be pressed together.
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In April, the company introduced an expanded line of hinged shaft collars that feature a triple-link hinge and a captive clamping screw to simplify assembly and provide the same kind of holding power as conventional two-piece collars.
The design provides rigid clamping of the insert and helps relieve stresses placed on the clamping screw. The cutting forces are directed axially toward the spindle helping to provide stability even when machining with a long overhang.
This creates a very firm clamping method and relieves most of the stresses normally exerted on the clamping screw. As a result of this design, Feedmill is able to run at much higher feedrates than traditional tooling.
To set the stop, just put it where you want it on the traversing bar and then tighten the clamping screw snugly by hand.
The bushings use a lateral clamping screw to pressurize a food grade actuating medium sealed in the double walled sleeve.
scar has rolled out with a new series of face mills that deploy round inserts which have a similar cylindrical shape on their bottoms for improved clamping, as the cylinder takes most of the stresses that are normally exerted on the clamping screw. These mills--designated ROUNDMILL--can ramp down, perform undercutting, and machine in an upward direction.
When rejoining the barrel to the receiver after maintenance or conversion, start in one clamping screw (306) from the left.
To achieve this the clamping screw is loosened and the eccentric sleeve is adjusted to the correct dimension against the scale.