setting block

setting block

A small block of neoprene, lead, wood, or other suitable material, placed under the lower edge of a sheet of glass to support it within a frame.
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This additional piece of wood is called the setting block in this paper.
The setting block makes adjusting the stop collar on the drill bit super easy.
The new system offers higher productivity due to increased rigidity, one dial adjustment to simultaneously set both blades, identical insert holders for symmetrical use, a master setting block for simultaneous setting, and a raised insert holder for stagger boring consistency and setup time reduction.
Ideas for setting blocks in a quilt are given at the back of the book, to further inspire readers to make their own projects from the given blocks.
They all finished tight to the blind, exactly what you would want after a morning of setting blocks and raking up barley.
Also highly recommended is Janet Houts and Jean Ann Wright's QUILTING A CIRCLE OF NINE (9781935726449, $24.95), a solution to a common quilt pattern project involving a new method of setting blocks. Spacer suggestions pull together the nine blocks in a Circle of Nine quilt and provide innovative new ideas reflected in some 12 new patchwork tips for designing quilts.
I believe this is going to be appreciated more than setting blocks," Prime Minister Gruevski stressed.
"Tyler does a nice job of setting blocks up," Cormier said.
They have wood stops on both sides and sit (on rubber setting blocks) on the rough framing of the opening.
The TPE also has replaced EPDM in setting blocks, and it has taken market share from silicone rubber in a spacer that is compatible with silicone.
* If the window has "setting blocks" (to keep the glass centered in the frame, as in Photo 4), reposition them exactly as you found them around the old glass.
The seal is likely to deteriorate if setting blocks aren't installed to hold the bottom seal up and away from moisture and if the window isn't properly caulked and sealed where it meets the stops.