integral lock

integral lock

A type of mortise lock having its cylinder in the knob.
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The backside features a thin titanium slab with an integral lock mechanism for securing the blade--plus a 2.25" pocket clip made of the same.
His A8 Slimline folder, with its upswept 3.25-inch Tanto-style blade and lightened titanium integral lock frame, exemplifies his fine work.
The folder, called the "Large Inkosi" (plain edge) is Reeves' most technologically advanced model, pushing characteristics of the Integral Lock blade strength, pivot and lock tolerances and overall ergonomics.
Aidan Smith, Design for Industry, Northumbria University: 'Pedlock' bicycle pedal with integral lock.
During lifting and transportation the rammers activate an automatic integral lock, which prevents excessive wear on the shock absorbers.
The distance between the test device and impaction plate can be simply set and/or varied using the precision slide rails with integral lock, and the impaction plate is easily removed for cleaning.
The robust folder features an Integral Lock blade securing mechanism along with a fully machined pocket clip--features both found on today's better-made offerings.
I designed the Integral Lock Sebenza in 1987 but didn't have the opportunity to put it into production until 1990." Chris informs.
A full-length internal liner reinforces the Chris Reeve-style integral lock. Overall length is 8" with a blade length of 3 3/8" and a weight of 5 oz.
This exclusive folder sports a slick, modified Wharncliff "Insingo" blade designed by younger brother Rodney, who wanted to design a Sebenza blade both "tough and useful for many tasks." It is mated to a Sebenza 21 frame which has Reeve's signature Integral Lock (also referred to as a frame-lock) on the Titanium back side but with a Carbon Fiber slab on the top that knocks 0.61 ounces off the weight of the original.