heel block

heel block

[′hēl ‚bläk]
(mechanical engineering)
A block or plate that is usually fixed on the die shoe to minimize deflection of a punch or cam. Also known as heel.
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Made to order, the Londinium features a heel block inserted with a slice of ancient oak from the ruins of the original Roman-built London Bridge, excavated in 1997.
Tenders are invited for switch points - 115re rh 11~ straight switch point and heel block assemblies with graduated risers per arema 114-03.
Tenders are invited for Ci Heel Block To Drawing No.
To Be Assembled Complete With Switch Heel Blocks, Bolts, Kink Bars, and Banded.
All switch components included heel blocks, switch rods, switch clips, gage plates, braces, guard rail supports and house top supports.
Tenders are invited for Fabrication And Supply Of Heel Blocks For Re-Railing Ramps To Rdso Drg.