finger guard

finger guard

A strip of soft material applied to the edges of a doorjamb; used to prevent possible injury to fingers inserted between door and jamb during closure.
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A generously sized finger guard, intended to keep the shooter's thumb and fingers below the path of the string, is mounted between the foregrip and unibody.
Wusthof's knives have an ergonomic handle and come with full bolster and finger guard for safety and protection.
To build your own beautiful utility knife, you'll need a full-tang blade blank (see Photo One, Page 55) without a bolster or finger guard, wood for your handle scales (the halves of the handle that you'll rivet to each side of the tang), some epoxy glue, and a handful of brass pins or cutlery rivets.
The flipper device doubles as a finger guard and moves the blade into position with an intuitive "flick.
The finger guard plays double-duty as a flipper device.
In his new role Beaumont will be developing the design and pre-production parts for the Percuguard Finger Guard Needle Stick Prevention Product.
Ergonomically designed for women, the knives feature a grooved handle and a finger guard at the bottom of the blade.
Cut Stop, in turn, has a licensing agreement to develop and distribute a finger guard technology for the home consumer market.
99 retail, the gadgets will include cookie cutters, rolling pins, and other tools, as well as items with safety features, such as a pizza cutter with a nylon blade and finger guard, and a plastic knife collection for fruits and vegetables.
Cucinare Cookware is made from mirror- polished, scratch-proof 18/10 stainless steel with tempered glass covers that feature stainless steel rims, knob and finger guard, as well as an air vent.
Notice how the safety wire extends past the finger guard, creating a convenient opportunity for any technician to become part of the circuit.
Its compact, vented shade and finger guard keep the light cool for easy adjustment and patient comfort.