eye screw

eye screw

[′ī ‚skrü]
(design engineering)
A screw with an open loop head.
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But, there was no escape from the majestic Mrs Podsnap's production of an ambling stranger, with one eye screwed up into extinction and the other framed and glazed, who, having looked down out of that organ, as if he descried Miss Podsnap at the bottom of some perpendicular shaft, brought her to the surface, and ambled off with her.
Also new, the Z725 rotatable eye screw and Z715 load ring (top photo) allow maximum flexibility during lifting and transport of heavy molds.
The gate-latch hardware includes a large cold shut, a lap link, a heavy-duty eye screw, a three-eighths-inch bolt and a short piece of chain.
Herndon created a framework by sinking a tree stake, fitted at the top with an eye screw, into the soil near the rhizome at planting time, then stringing five steel wires to eye screws under his roof's eaves.
Have you checked out the cost to have a 10-pound Canada goose mounted in flying position with an eye screw in the middle of its back so you can hang it over the dining room table like it's coming in for a landing right on your broccoli casserole?
Insert and glue an eye screw into the top of the head.
We settled on a large, galvanized eye screw with a 3/4-inch-wide opening as the gnomon.
For example, there could be an old eye screw from a hammock in the trunk that the current owners aren't aware of.
On the thin end of the stick screw in an eye screw. Put a line on the spool and run it through the eye.
Yet it comes loose with a sideways bump of your palm against the eye screw. Tap it along the base with a hammer for fine adjustments.
CAUTION: If you have young kids or toddlers, attach an eye screw and hook to secure each slot so the tools won't accidentally fall out (Fig.
Each one hangs from an eye screw or a hanging clip that slips onto a nail driven into the wall.