feed holes

feed holes

[′fēd ‚hōlz]
(computer science)
Holes along the edges of continuous-feed computer paper that are engaged by sprockets to move the paper and maintain alignment during printing.
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"The cars in Korea were found to have dirt in the crankshaft's oil feed holes," Hyundai reportedly said.
Once we have a fix on a new area, we will set up in two or three natural cover blinds where we can cover routes in and out of the feed holes and roosts.
And the narrower raceway improved the oil mist supply to the rolling bearings, enabling a simpler system design without oil feed holes, reducing manufacturing costs.
* The cast component was designed with numerous cast-in features including: two main oil passages; five oil feed holes running from the main oil passage to each crankshaft bearing; and four additional oil feed holes running from the main oil passage to both the balance shaft and bearing surfaces.
die being built specifically for the lab features newly developed (instead of D-shaped) feed holes into the spirals.
* five oil feed holes from the main oil passage to each crankshaft bearing surface;
* four oil feed holes from the main oil passage to both balance shaft bearing surfaces;
* Six 75-mm long, 7-mm diameter oil feed holes are cast in from the main oil passage to each crankshaft bearing surface, eliminating drilling.