turning table

turning table

[′tərn·iŋ ‚tā·bəl]
(engineering)
In plastics molding, a rotating table or wheel carrying various molds in a multimold, single-parison blow-molding operation.
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The turning table diameter is 63" with a table load capacity up to 13,200 lb.
It has a 50-hp, 10,000-rpm milling spindle with 339 ft lb of torque with B-axis drive and a 50-hp turning table that will accept a 31.
As PTI Chairman Imran Khan keeps turning tables on the Sharif brothers and their political party, there is still one seasoned political voice that still stands tall against Imran in support of the PML-N.
In the 80s, Davis won the World Championships six times but he is now turning tables as a DJ and even played a set at last year's Glastonbury.
Then she was turning tables on the fans by picturing them on her iPhone, revealing a tattoo of her three-year-old son Angelo's name on her right hand as she did so.
Our intuitive technology improves the brand's throughput by turning tables faster, increasing wait-time accuracy and reliably tracking data, providing an optimized dining experience for both guests and team members alike.
He added that confronting such dangers lies not in further escalating tension, making wrong bets and turning tables around; for these ways have been put to practice by the Lebanese themselves before, yielding no positive outcome whatsoever, Fayyad noted.
Material handling machinery applications include feeders, conveyors, turning tables and web handling.
Turning Tables is one of my favourite songs right now.