guide pin

guide pin

[′gīd ‚pin]
(engineering)
A pin used to line up a tool or die with the work.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Coding System Guide Pin - 12.
Turning our attention back to the bolt assembly, begin by carefully pushing the firing pin guide pin out through the bolt body with a pin punch.
9] Flexible guide pin system has gained popularity because of its theoretical advantages of longer femoral tunnel length, further distance from the common peroneal nerve and other structures, and lesser chance of injuring the cartilage of the medial femoral condyle.
These can potentially mitigate posterior wall tunnel blowouts as the curved guide directs the guide pin at an angle away from the posterior femoral cortex.
Guide sleeve with obturator is introduced into the zig and skin incision is given and it is advanced till it touches the bone and then guide pin is drilled into the neck and head.
Hook the small end of the supplied combination tool into the recess area on the bolt guide pin and pull out the guide pin.
For lifters on steeper angles, you can add a "buddy" or "helper" guide pin to the lifter slide to prevent deflection and keep the slide traveling in the proper position (see Fig.
Based on feedback from existing countertop saw users in the early 1990s, Edgetech says it first introduced many new features to its standard countertop saw, including dual laser alignment, pneumatic index pin retraction, an operator safety shield, foam grip handles for pivoting the saw, a rotating router guide pin, variable speed traverse in forward and reverse and pic controlled functions to prevent unsafe conditions.
Integrating AOC+ (Active optical Cable Plus), a technology unique to ATEN that includes direct coupling, automated manufacturing, guide pin design, and fiber dust cover to prevent bare fiber from being exposed.
For work with a long tool with overhang in the length, a guide pin can make further extension.
Just insert the blade into the spring coils behind the rear of the guide pin and pull the spring to the rear, compressing it as much as possible.
Optional keying and guide pin configurations protect contacts from damage when using multiple connectors, and contacts have been recessed for added pin protection.