concentric groove

concentric groove

[kən′sen·trik ′grüv]
(design engineering)
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This method uses two tools: a side cutting end mill with peripheral grooves, which cuts a series of concentric grooves in the bore wall through interpolation, and a second rotary tool which deforms the grooves to produce an undercut.
Flanges on the flexible liner are pressed to the side of the body block by concentric grooves on the bracket assembly and the cover plate, isolating the fluid to the channel.
The special advantages of the C Grove putter, he explains, are the concentric grooves on the face of the putter which helps the ball roll smoothly off the face, as opposed to it jumping and skidding.
Record grooves" (or ripples or wave marks) are concentric grooves or lines, usually at the leading edge of flow.
The hot plate style consists of a metal plate (usually aluminum) with or without concentric grooves where the temperature of the plate is set and controlled using either an inexpensive potentiometer dial or a high-end temperature controller.
Like Mirro's existing Concentric Air line of conventional aluminum cookware, bottoms of pieces have concentric grooves that control heat distribution, the company said.
A pattern of concentric grooves -- each 1 micrometer wide and about 0.
During their manufacture, concentric grooves are stamped on the recording surface about 20 microns apart.
Harold Swash, known as the European putting doctor, introduced the innovative theory of concentric grooves in 1995.
Crafted simply from a single block of wood on a turner's lathe, their only decoration, if they had any at all, was restricted to concentric grooves on the base, or cup, although well-figured wood ensured their beauty.