post drill


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post drill

[′pōst‚dril]
(engineering)
An auger or drill supported by a post.
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Submarines with effective damage control programs provide command level support for the DCPO, recognize the time and effort involved and importance of post drill situational PMS.
Portable post drill and portable hand drill that could be used to drill holes at a job site.
Although Beach has not yet had the opportunity to review the operator's post drill technical assessment of the recoverable reserves of the Growler Field, we would anticipate an increase in Beach's assessment of the proved and probable reserves from the field.
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The trailer display includes a small grinder and a power hacksaw, both driven by V-belts; and a post drill, a forge, a small bench grinder with steel brush, another power hacksaw (much older than the first one), sickle grinder, large floor-mount grinder and a compressor, all of which are powered via flat belts.
Deane has it mounted on an old railroad freight truck, along with a vertical piston air compressor, a post drill press, a twin vertical piston water pump and a single-bladed disk sharpener.
He was outweighed in the workout by about 50 pounds by Green and Noah, and we're doing post drills at times, and he held his own.
Turiaf's playing time has been inconsistent, and Cook spent time doing post drills with the centers after Tuesday's practice.
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