knurling


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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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I have done the job by putting the receiver in a padded vise and pushing on the hammers with a screwdriver and compressing the hammer spring while inserting the hammer pin, from left to right making sure the knurling goes in last.
Impacted debris in the pulley knurl or worn knurling can lead to belt slippage and miss-tracking, as well as accelerated wear of the belt, V-retainer, and pulley knurl.
Other special tools include a range of micro-sized solid-carbide slitting saws, floating reamers holders and micro reamers, compact straddle knurling tools, and axial feed knurl dies ideal for small parts.
In the knurling process, the 5-stoned set acquires in the radial section the emission profile that will be processed on the specific valve-rocker shafts type "K" and "D".
This one's made wide, with a no-slip knurling that makes it easy to be precise with my finger.
You can tell if your masks have the new quick disconnect coupling half by checking for three knurling stripes (or raised ridges) on the coupling.
Talking to engineers at Dallas-based Deejay Industries, Ritchie's engineers decided to try the screw-machine specialists' suggestion of knurling the end of each lubber line.
Knurling by the roll forming method is a plastic deformation process characterized by the absence of metal chips.
From its retro "wet black matte finish," leather-toned grip and the detailed knurling and analog-style "click-click" of the camera's top side ISO Speed Dial and Shooting Mode Dial, to the stylish metallic accents of the body's aluminum-finish parts and metallic-finish bayonet ring, this PowerShot G7 conveys a sense of "camera-ness" rarely encountered in the world of digital photography.
The carefully designed diamond knurling on the outside rim of the knob - provided with a structure of very fine pitch, allows a safe and comfortable grip, offering the user the possibility of operating under the most difficult working conditions in a sensitive and ergonomic way, while simplifying the adjustment of the knob during rapid rotation without any awkward angular movement for the hand or wrist.
Or would the most economical course of action be to grind off the knurling from the one hammer still impressed with it and finishing both remaining hammer surfaces to match?