setting angle

setting angle

[′sed·iŋ ‚aŋ·gəl]
(mechanical engineering)
The angle, usually 90°, between the straight portion of the tool shank of the machined portion of the work.
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The manual B-axis setting angle is [+ or -]1[degrees].
The inserts can be set to a true 90[degrees] setting angle.
078" and the setting angle is between 0 and 15 degrees depending on the cutting depth.
The actuator series is fitted with a special standard position control system which allows the exact adjustment and control of the setting angle once the valve has been installed into the pipeline.
078" and the setting angle ranges between 0 and 15 degrees, depending on cutting depth.
Blade Setting Angle: When a slot is provided in the cutter body for a blade, the angle between the base of the slot and the cutter axis is called the blade setting angle.
The Park Assist kit provides different setting angles for positioning the sensors that can be used with all standard plastic bumper covers.
The severe disorder that is the dominant feature of both WAXD patterns may be mainly due to lack of coherence in the setting angles of neighboring molecules.
The 72-position index plate allows hard index every five degrees and there is a built-in sine bar for setting angles between hard index locations.
MC chipbreakers are available with setting angles of 6 degrees and 15 degrees, eliminating work piece burrs.