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knurl·ing

(nŭr'ling)
Texturing of a knob or handle as by a continuous series of milled ridges to improve the clinician's grasp.

knurl·ing

(nŭr'ling)
Texturing of a knob or handle as by a continuous series of milled ridges to improve the clinician's grasp.
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Also made of brass, the receptacle shell and knurled screw/nut are additionally nickel-plated, while the shield sleeve is tin-plated.
These RoHS compliant knurled knobs are made of glass fiber reinforced plastic with a black matte finish.
Belt manufacturers, too, discourage knurled pulleys because they invariably abrade the belt's underside and resist tracking, which leads to a substantial reduction in belt life.
The expanding adapter is crafted with a durable glass-filled nylon knurled nut-and-flange bushing and a rubber expansion tube that fit over the caster stem.
Users simply slide the spring-loaded knurled sleeve up, insert the spindle, and slide the sleeve back down.
It features a triple-link hinge and the pivoting handle is knurled.
Targeted toward grip, armrest and panel applications, the HTWM switch offers rocker-style mounting, knurled or paddle wheel styles and a variety of wheel and bezel colors.
SPIROL INDUSTRIES, the leading manufacturer of engineered fasteners, has introduced the new CL101 and CL111 range of solid knurled compression limiters.
The faucet's spout is actually an arm that pivots from the faucet body to vary the height and angle of the water stream and is fixed in place with a hand-tightened, knurled setscrew.
The bases have a narrow diameter and a knurled edge.
The former is a Dusted Chrome lighter with a diamond carved knurled edge and polished vertical bands; engraved on each side.
During a morning Walk-Around Inspection of an Air Sovereignty Alert F-16 aircraft, SSgt DeAlmeida discovered a 3-inch crack around the knurled ring of the Augmenter Fuel Supply line.