throat depth

throat depth

[′thrōt ‚depth]
(metallurgy)
The distance from the center line of the electrodes or platens of a resistance welding machine to the nearest point of interference for flat work.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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It was built to meet their customer's application specific needs for stroke, open height, and throat depth, which are typical custom manufacturing options.
The space you see between the case head and locked collar will be altered throat depth and should coincide with the new bullet seating depth.
The OmniTest-5.0 frame takes up a relatively small bench space, and has an integrated cable management system and extended throat depth for testing of samples up to 200 mm in diameter.
Increased throat depth, long-stroke capability, and stroke adjustability make this unit more versatile for printing on larger parts.
The Series 3000 press is designed with a 24-inch (61 cm) throat depth, and can realize a ram force up to 16,000 lbs./71.2 kN.
It has an 18" throat depth and can permanently install self-clinching nuts, studs, and standoffs in steel using fastener sizes up to 3/8" and M2 through M10.
The MTR 160 with the shear jaw set delivers 2,100 tons of force and has a 42-inch jaw opening and a 42-inch throat depth.
The MTR 160 Cracker/Crusher set opens 73 inches and has a throat depth of 50 1/2 inches.
The press features a newly designed base casting with integrated column hub, CNC precision-machined components, THK rails and bearings, increased throat depth, and increased column diameter and wall thickness.
The LT/4 press provides a throat depth of 10 inches and ram force of 6,000 pounds to handle a wide range of fastening application requirements.
photo into 300 pieces using a scroll saw with a throat depth of about 15 in.