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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Also, looking at the jigs you most recently sent me, with patterns in green, brown, and black, you rightly add red, which is appealing to smallmouths, but maybe also consider adding a bit of orange and/or yellow.
Typically, two assist hooks are attached to the top of the jig and two are attached to the bottom.
Caption: BRD Engineering offers a dimpling jig (l., for set screws) and a drilling jig for properly mounting a pinned AR gas block (r.).
If you are using a traditional jig, you'll want to slide the vane up or down inside the clamp until it is roughly one inch from the rear end of the shaft when you place the clamp on the fixture.
To use, simply clamp the jig to each piece to be joined using opposite sides of the jig referenced from the bottom of each piece.
Singing Simpkin and Other Bawdy Jigs: Musical Comedy on the Shakespearean Stage, Scripts, Music and Context
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.
Baskerville produced a volume called The Elizabethan jig and Related Song Drama.
Jig as an assisted tooling should be able to hold components and sub-assemblies according to the function requirements prevent undesired motion and avoid interference problems [3].
Working with this new jig is like working with a altogether different tool--a much better tool.
Freedom Tackle allows you to create your own combination of jig and hook/bait; we like to say 'Create and Conquer' - Nothing beats catching a fish on something that you created," said Tamburro.