fillister


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fillister

1. A rabbet on the outer edge of a muntin to hold the glass and putty.
2. A plane for grooving timber.
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Miniature precision fillister head screws, with modified cone point ends for ready positioning during assembly, are 1-72 UNF parts manufactured to meet the high tolerance requirements of ANSI B18.6.3.
Pads are normally attached with Phillips screws but some are attached with the square, slotted type, either fillister or round head.
Featuring uniform quality, consistent to 0.001 in., the parts help prevent automatic insertion equipment from jamming and can incorporate flat, fillister, pan, hex, and other head styles.
There are machine screws, metric screws, wood screws, countersunk screws; with square-drive heads and slotted heads, torx, Phillips, pan head, button head, round head, fillister head, with high-low, self tapping, wood, metal threads and many more I can't think of right now, but you get the point.
The planar reactor contained two hollow fillisters that were 205 mm long and 45 mm wide at the top and bottom fixtures, respectively.
The photoreactor contained two hollow fillisters at the top fixture and the bottom fixture, respectively.
A hundred years ago a carpenter's tool chest typically would have contained dozens of varieties of planes, and a typical hardware catalogue would list hundreds of varieties (astragals, fillisters, snipe bills, ogees, Grecian ovolos), each one adapted to a highly specialized purpose.