swivel head

swivel head

[′swiv·əl ‚hed]
(mechanical engineering)
The assembly of a spindle, chuck, feed nut, and feed gears on a diamond-drill machine that surrounds, rotates, and advances the drill rods and drilling stem; on a hydraulic-feed drill the feed gears are replaced by a hydraulically actuated piston assembly.
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With a load capacity of 350 to 880 pounds, a new line of swivel and fixed casters features unique bracket construction for low swivel head play and long life.
When equipped with a PCU 63 swivel head unit and HSK-T63 spindle taper, the machine provides a work area of 800 x 800 x 1,045 mm, X, Y, Z.
In the interests of research, I asked Mrs S to give her legs the once over and she said the swivel head was much comfier getting round her knees.
The 180[degrees] swivel head helps you twist and turn around furniture with ease.
Providing maximum performance with minimal effort its swivel head glides under furniture and beds.
The lights feature a swivel head for controlled lighting direction and an integral driver that eliminates the need for an external power source.
Offered in lemon yellow color with an aluminum center, the casters are attached to a pressed steel plate with an aluminum die-casting bracket containing bi-level balls upon ball seats in the swivel head.
Back and shoulder strain is reduced with the light-weight construction; the swivel head either moves freely or is locked into position.
The Glenham Crosshead range features two hole basin and bath taps as well as a basin mono tap with swivel head, mono bath filler, and mono bath filler with shower mixer in a traditional design that's been updated with the application of plenty of contemporary style.
The cleaning's done by a washable microfibre pad which attaches to the mop's 180[bar] swivel head.
The cleaning's done by a washable microfibre pad, which attaches to the mop's 180-degree swivel head.