hand feed

hand feed

[′hand ‚fēd]
(engineering)
A drill machine in which the rate at which the bit is made to penetrate the rock is controlled by a hand-operated ratchet and lever or a hand-turned wheel meshing with a screw mechanism.
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Said to be quiet running and extremely versatile, they can be used with robot feed, conveyor feed or hand feed applications, according to the literature.
The System 100 will have a roller conveyance system with the opportunity to hand feed a wet, dry and a quality classified pass board into the system.
If you're going to use a flatbed scanner, be sure it has a sheet feeder; the last thing you want to do is hand feed one sheet at time.
The 800X is said to be easily movable and offers soundproofed engineering for lower noise consumption and can be used for hand feed, robot feed or conveyor feed processes, according to the manufacturer.
As far as the general public trying to hand feed these mammals - that is simply stupid.
4) John Manley hand feeds a blue shark during a recent excursion with Team Shark.