spot drilling

spot drilling

[′spät ‚dril·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Drilling a small hole or indentation in the surface of a material to serve as a centering guide in later machining operations.
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Always verify the distance between the screw holes before spot drilling the second dimple.
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Can drill into solid materials, and perform inclined drilling, spot drilling on convex surfaces, and chain drilling.
FBM will detect solid machining features for the chosen FBM operation type, based on selection criteria; machine pockets using 2D roughing, rest mill, and finish operations; automatically support closed, open, nested, and through-pockets and set-the-right-toolpath options; optionally create a separate finish toolpath for floors and walls; identify when external machining is required and enable users to activate or deactivate it; identify when facing is required; create drilled, tapped, counterbore, and countersink holes; perform deep drilling, spot drilling, pre-drilling, tool selection, and tool creation if needed; provide advanced controls to drill blind, through, co-axial, and split holes; and select the appropriate tools for all operations.
Another former Mourneview man Marty Hunter set up Damien McLaughlin who controlled the ball then picked his spot drilling it into the corner.
And with Dunfermline hanging on to their one goal lead a last throw of the dice by United bringing on McConalogue in 85 minutes quickly proved effective when on his first possession on the far side of the penalty area turned on the spot drilling the ball into the bottom corner of the net.
TM] Countersink combines spot drilling and chamfering into one operation, one setup.
Geochemical grid sampling will be used to spot drilling targets and the rig will move to this site when drilling is completed at the TOC 04-20 target area.