finger board


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finger board

[′fiŋ·gər ‚bȯrd]
(petroleum engineering)
A board with projecting dowels or pipe fingers located in the upper part of the drill derrick or tripod to support stands of drill rod, drill pipe, or casing.
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Finger Board is the original finger skateboard and comes fresh from California.
New metal letters were made to match the originals, brackets were manufactured using the one remaining original as a "pattern", wooden finger boards were created, and the metal post has been stripped of rust and repainted with numerous coats of paint.
Uses include: tool handles, door knobs, piano and organ keys, bagpipe parts, and violin finger boards, pegs, inlay lines and stringings.
The climbing wall also offers a dedicated training area, which includes a campus board and finger boards, plus a bouldering area.
It's got little seven-year-old kids playing with finger boards and saying that me and my friends suck at skating because we can't launch off 15-foot vert ramps or do 900s.