pickoff


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pickoff

[′pik‚ȯf]
(electronics)
A device used to convert mechanical motion into a proportional electric signal.
(mechanical engineering)
A mechanical device for automatic removal of the finished part from a press die.
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ID gripping pickoff collets may be the solution for parts with delicate outside threading or a thin wall, and may eliminate the time and cost involved with second operations.
What evolved from the lunch napkin was an engineered expanding collet (patent pending) to fit the screw machine's existing OD pickoff attachment.
The TF-25 ID pickoff collet is application specific and grips just one part, however it could accommodate other similar jobs by changing out the expanding head portion of the assembly, according to Roger Smith, Hardinge Workholding Engineer.
I keep my eyes on the pitcher at all times and try to anticipate pickoff moves.
An EDM drilling machine enables quick turnaround for extended-nose pickoff coflets.
Jamir Scott scored the tenth run on a failed pickoff attempt that resulted in a throwing error.
After Ramage walked to open the game, he took third on an errant pickoff attempt before scoring on a fielder's choice by Strom to make it 1-0.
The Emeralds had taken a 1-0 lead in the third when a botched pickoff attempt with the bases loaded allowed Maxx Tissenbaum to score.
A normal lead -- a one-way lead with weight on the right foot so that you can dive back quickly on a pickoff attempt.
The pickoff attachment enables similar functionality on the opposite end of the part.
Adalberto Mondesi followed with a single, and took second on Cease's errant pickoff attempt.
Riley missed bats, but also allowed eight hits, and he didn't do himself any favors in the fifth inning, walking Teevens and then allowing him to take second on a wild pickoff throw.