end stop

end stop

[′end ‚stäp]
(mechanical engineering)
A limit to the movement of a mechanical system or part, usually brought about by valves or shock absorbers.
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These features include the uncoupled workstation, the operating console that can be adjusted longitudinally, the rheological steering system (which enables the steering resistance and number of steering turns to be set), the height-adjustable driver's seat, the load wheel brakes, the adjustable forward reach and pull back damping for the lift mast and the end position damping for the upper end stop.
She writes of how the reader "must overleap the end stop, the period, and cover the distance to the next sentence," just as the driver in Chasar's scenario is forced to wait for the next sign (quoted in Chasar 2012, 140).
Special internal threads and a ball bearing end stop are designed to easily release the bolt or screw when the rotation of the driver is reversed, the company says.
The tools and cameras allowed the operator to remotely unscrew a set screw, remove the pipe end stop, place a retrieval tool over the end of the pipe to catch the source, and place the source in a shielded container.
Easington-born Harps is also a member of the famous St James' Metro Hall of Fame, and has now joined legends like Supermac, Peter Beardsley, Alan Shearer, Shay Given and Sir Bobby Robson on the station's concourse, with the keeper's hand prints the freshest just beneath the Gallowgate End stop.
Blaenau is the end stop on the popular Ffestiniog narrow gauge railway and has a fantastic slate museum, so it's in a strong position to attract the tourist pound.
7 cm from the end stop of the snare loop to reduce injury to moose and act as a breakaway system without reducing the snare's effectiveness for capturing wolves.
But in the most telling passage in this remarkable document, Wickrematunge explained why his death would not in the end stop up the mouths of other journalists and how though he died, the uncomfortable truths the Sri Lankan government did not want published, would not also die with him.
It also relates to the surviving small Worlitzer Bahnhof, becoming an information centre, which provides an end stop for the new complex, but originally marked the division between industrial town and countryside beyond, in particular the Worlitz Garden, created in the English eighteenth-century style.
The sort of bloke who, if he'd been on the Titanic, would have sent back a telegram: 'Pleasant journey by and large stop little bumpy towards the end stop got a bit damp stop band were wonderful though stop
In the Avonbridge case, four people died because there was no end stop on the gantry rail.