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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The turning table diameter is 63" with a table load capacity up to 13,200 lb.
The turning table accepts a 31.5" diameter or 31.5" square pallet.
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 31.5" diameter or 31.5" square pallet.
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I have written the book Turning Tables which is just my honest 'learnings' from over the years.
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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.
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