spot facing

spot facing

[′spät ‚fās·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A finished circular surface around the top of a hole to seat a bolthead or washer, or to allow flush mounting of mating parts.
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The suspect was then arrested on the spot facing a theft charge at Mandaluyong City police detention cell.
Although I suspect they continued to give a long and excellent display at the Pier Head our view was blocked by the Merseytravel building because we did not want to give up our spot facing the river in anticipation of the show to follow.
Its listed status is due to it being one of the earliest domestic buildings in Butetown, on a prime spot facing the dock basin, which is now the Roahl Dahl Plas and home of the Millennium Centre.
The EGX will be in a tough spot facing other Arab stock markets in the period ahead.
If the housing is not flat, a spot facing installation kit allows creation of a flat surface.
This is a character property in a choice spot facing the historic Selly Manor, the Tudor building that was saved by chocolate making philanthropist George Cadbury who had it moved to its current location on Bournville Green back in the early years of last century.
The world No.1 will be down at eighth spot facing rookie Francesco Molinari.
"Located on a choice spot facing the sea, the temple was likely built following a law instituted in 212 that allowed Jews the right to become Roman citizens," Cevik said.
One machine handles complete head rework functions: installation of valve guide inserts; spot facing of valve guides and bosses; cutting of valve insert pockets; simultaneous multi-axis cutting of valve seats; drilling and tapping of threaded studs; removal of brake exhaust studs; and bronze guide liner installation and reaming.
In a total of four fixture positions, an MCH250 accomplishes the roughing operations, and an MC25 the drilling, tapping, reaming, and spot facing operations.
Ideally, you would look for an outside spot facing the sun and the view of the Penarth headland to while away the hours between the aperitif and the coffee.