piece mark

piece mark

[′pēs‚märk]
(engineering)
Identification number for an individual part, subassembly, or assembly; shown on the drawing, but not necessarily on the part.

piece mark

A mark placed on an individual piece of an assembly, designating its location in the assembly as indicated in shop drawings.
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Demuro's Party piece Mark Johnston landed the opening6fjuvenilemaidenwith subsequent Gimcrack winner Shaweel in 2008 and his Party Royal created a favourable impression w ith a ready twolengthwinonhissecondstart.
In Point to Point, 2001, the piece Mark Napier created for "Data Dynamics," visitors to the museum will create the artwork just by walking through the museum space.
Over the piece Mark Howard has had very little to do and we haven't worked the Falkirk keeper.
Sawhney's band is now up to the nine-or-ten piece mark, something of an expansion after the days of his early Mac performances in duo or trio format.
For those not familiar with Take That's latest run of concerts, the remaining four piece Mark, Jason, Howard and Gary open up the show, followed by a Robbie solo stint then they all join together for a grand finale of the band's golden oldies.
The piece marks the first time Barrera used an airbrush in painting.
Rolin Migyuel Cadallo Obina's plot redeems itself with a relevant revelation, although launched in the form of an arduous expository piece marked by implausibleness.
Steve gravitates to the piece marked by exceptional artistry and design, whether it's a buggy tag or a cast iron seat or a check-row planter.
Builders used a cherry picker and a mobile crane to remove the terracotta frontage, with each piece marked and its location recorded for future reference.
This piece marks the culmination to date of a long and personal development of themes by Stair, and is a great example of the Crafts Council acquiring work at a pivotal moment in a maker's career, a view that was shared by the Art Fund who supported the purchase of this work.
It is highly percussive and dissonant, and as she states, should be played "with bitter introspection." This piece marks one of the few recent compositions in this genre.