steady rest


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steady rest

[′sted·ē ‚rest]
(mechanical engineering)
A device that is used to support long, slender workpieces during turning or grinding and permits them to rotate without eccentric movement.
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Change your height with a different seat, or simply crouch behind the bench so that it becomes almost second nature to figure out how to scrunch that pack into a steady rest at different angles and heights.
Warnecke shapes the outside of the bowl first, then moves the steady rest pipe to the front and removes the interior wood.
LNS America has developed new steady rest configurations for a variety of applications that allow precise machining of exceptionally long workpieces used in oil drilling and large truck drive shafts.
Taking a steady rest, I centered his shoulder with the second crosshair from the top and carefully crunched the trigger.
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I usually set the barrel in a steady rest, keeping the bore centered.
Then use, build or borrow a steady rest to park the pistol and your arms and hands on.
The addition of these new models allows Kitagawa-NorthTech to provide machine shops with one of the most robust steady rest selections in the market.
With a steady rest, I can extend my range about 20 yards.
Standing behind the bench and leaning into it was a good fit to his height and allowed him to move around and get comfortable with a very steady rest.
The Richter manual steady rest models include has springs, rotating, traveling, C-form, grinding, roller, and ring styles.
In addition to a broad assortment of quality steady rest components, LNS devotes extensive applications experience, 3-D design capabilities, and nationwide service and support to every steady rest project.