power grip

power grip

[′pau̇·ər ‚grip]
(industrial engineering)
A basic grasp whereby the fingers are wrapped around an object and the thumb placed against it; used, for example, in certain hammering operations. Also known as power grasp.
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TheEZGrip is an ergonomic screen print squeegee holder, which utilizes OSHA's recommended power grip handles in place of the traditional wood squeegee's pinch grip design.
Istanbul is Turkey's economic powerhouse, and losing control of the city would deal a massive blow to the power grip that the ruling party and Erdogan have had over Turkish state affairs over the past two decades.
This allows us to make a 'precision grip' between fingers and thumb, as well as the 'power grip' of the grasping hand.
Happily, the manageable recoil of the .50 Special lets you get away with the traditional SAA-style grip with its more graceful curve, and Bowen carefully fit a new Ron Power grip frame that allows the use of one-piece grips.
For grip strength, all patients showed significant regain of power grip, from 26.4 kg to 34.0 kg (ranging from 28.5 kg to 43 kg, P < 0.05).
The result is a reengineered handle, striking just the right balance between an anatomically neutral hand position (known as functional rest) and an optimal power grip (the most-efficient and strongest grip).
Margot's power grip starts with building training camps where girls can understand and learn how to safely use the Power.
Depending on whether a green or white circle appeared on a screen, the animals had to make a power grip with the whole hand or a precision grip with two fingers.
Why do we see common denominators of despotism that drive repression: long power grip, intolerance to dissidence, political dynasty, EJKs, ill-gotten wealth?
We use these smart fingers in various combinations for trilateral and bilateral dynamic grip architectures in what are called precision grips, and when force is needed using a power grip (Figure 3).
The power grip is the result of forceful flexion of all finger joints with the maximum voluntary force that the subject is able to exert under normal bio-kinetic conditions.