oil hole

oil hole

[′ȯil ‚hōl]
(engineering)
A small hole for injecting oil for a bearing.
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Contract Awarded for Drilling oil hole processing equipment and mechanical hand
There is an oil hole in the upper handguard, but if you aren't sure you can also drop 10 drops into the muzzle with the gun standing on its butt and just leave it that way for a couple hours.
Obama administration officials warned on May 30 that that oil eruption in the Gulf of Mexico might not be stopped until late summer, following BP's latest unsuccessful attempt to plug the oil hole.
The connecting rods are shot-peened, forged steel construction with an oil hole at the small end to direct lubrication into the cylinder liners.
1 on the list is the oil hole on the left side of all Mendoza spring tubes.
The Agile Oil Hole Drill is a six-axis machine (three linear, three angular, and one spindle drive) that allows flexibility in drilling oil holes in crankshafts, or other deep holes in shafts at various positions, angles, and depths.
Tenders are invited for Equalizer Pin With Oil Hole Provision To Rdso Drawing No.
Roderick's approach, rather than using the entire part as an engineering model, was to break the family of crankshafts down into relevant features, such as a pin journal, a counter-weight, and an oil hole.
In the early days of slow speeds and iron-on-iron bearings (sometimes with a brass or babbitt insert), open oil holes, into which a shot of oil was frequently squirted, sufficed.
One of the machines mills the shaft and machines its end, while the other performs deep drilling, drills radial oil holes, and mills a marking surface.
Those machining deep holes, as in crankshaft oil holes, report four times higher penetration rates with equal or better surface quality and tool life.
Those doing deep holes, as in crankshaft oil holes, report four times higher penetration rates with equal or better surface quality and tool life.