standard hole

standard hole

[′stan·dərd ′hōl]
(design engineering)
A hole with zero allowance plus a specified tolerance; fit allowance is provided for by the shaft in the hole.
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A true championship standard hole is the 18th - so make sure you've more than two golf balls spare at this stage.
Most valve stems are one of two standard hole sizes and any big box store with an automotive section or tractor equipment section should have them both.
In 1992, Bernadette Chenard, a professional paper-craft-artist who formerly used leather punches and standard hole punches to create shapes from paper, was tired of the sound of the hammer pounding on the paper and the difficulty in achieving professional results.
The range of options offered allows it to be configured with dual telescoping feeders, or one telescoping and one fixed feeder, or one feeder and one service basket; a fixed or extendable operator protection canopy; an enclosed, heated and air-conditioned cab; and standard hole flushing as well as air-mist or pure air flushing systems.
This leaves plenty of room for standard hole patterns and allows the use of mounts such as the one piece M70-AH, which can use the existing rear sight hole in appropriately contoured receivers.
Utilizing a standard hole punch, pop out thin plastic circles from any plastic container.
Seven standard hole sizes ranging from 0.002" (50 [micro]m) to 0.020" (500 [micro]m) in diameter are offered, and special designs are available upon request.
In multifunctional phenolic cured laminates, standard hole wall texturing and plating processes are strained, often resulting in reduced hole wall adhesion.
But for now, the public have a rare chance to test themselves on a championship standard hole.
Holes were punched with standard hole punches, but blunt tapestry needles could be used to punch more realistic holes in the material.
You will recognize the standard hole in the top of the blade for one-hand opening or closing.
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