jig


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jig

A mechanical device used to maintain a stable, correct relationship between a piece of work and a tool, or between components during assembly.
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I decided to try the Flat Fall jig out of Pompano Beach in about 150 feet of water.
Every day on the river starts with four to six different rods, each rigged with a different jig size and type.
BRD Engineering offers everything you need for supplies, including jigs for a host of different makes of gas blocks, drill bits and cross pins.
If you are using a newer jig that applies all three vanes at once, however, the placement and orientation of your vanes is likely built in and not adjustable.
There are a few jigs out there that might work--the Dow'l Simp'l jig, Woodpecker's MT Doweling jig, or you could make a homemade jig.
The complete cylinder assembly is mounted in the jig as removed from the frames.
The authors have made good use of previous scholarship, especially Baskervill's Elizabethan Jig and Ashworth and Bagwell's brief Two Elizabethan Stage Jigs, the latter being another performance-focused work.
This paper presents the development of jig for a hybrid machining process.
It even inspired me to take on projects that I wouldn't have attempted with my old jig.
Having the ability to effortlessly change heads, and remove the hook from the jig is such a time-saver that is so important in tournament fishing.
A series of events including a quiz night on Monday, March 11, and band night on Wednesday, March 13, are being held to raise money ahead of the St Patrick's Day world record jig attempt on Thursday, March 14 at 7pm.
The concept of the jig is based on synthesizing natural processes of stratification in which denser material is concentrated below the less-dense in a water bath--comparable to the formation of alluvials but in a controlled process that can handle large throughputs.