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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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Originally Peterson inspected its jigs and fixtures on a manual CMM with a table measuring 33" x 36" x 18" (840mm x 920mm x 460mm).
Make a slip knot in the end of the string material and slip it over the wing nut that tightens the non-movable swingarm on the jig. Take the strand up and behind the outer swingarm upright, bring it around the groove and go to the outer upright at the other end of the jig.
The altitude trunnions are made from polished aluminum tubing fitted with an MDF core made with a circle-cutting jig on the router.
A jig pole is most frequently hand held by an angler, who usually uses lures instead of bait.
have developed a programmable auto body jig that can be retooled to assemble 30 different car types simply by altering its software.
"Natural ain't perfect, and I am very fond of the asymmetrical," says renegade hair-jig artist, Paul Jensen, owner of Jensen jigs. "I won't change my ideas on length, though.
"If you look at my jig box, every jig skirt is designed to mimic something natural in the environment.
Just clamp the jig to your benchtop, hook up the air, lay the fixture on top, and throw the "switch" that turns on the air flow into the clamp.
Neon Lites Jigs is a leading provider of glow in the dark fishing jigs.
"Bateman developed its proprietary technology known as the Apic jig," he said, "which was a technologically advanced version of some of the older air-driven jigs.
Now you can send jigs to a professional organisation who offer fast turnaround times, good quality cleaning and who take environmental responsibilities seriously.