n a soft metal pin used to attach an archwire to an orthodontic bracket.
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It's an optional step, but drilling a lockpin bole into the drawer slides ensures the tray won't slide open in transit or unexpectedly.
Our maintainers walked away with a triumph over the machine, but learned they would later have to fix a faulty blade lockpin puller.
The spade lockpin gets coated with dirt, mud and sand.
Once the mechanism is clean, apply a very light coat of GAA to the exposed part of the spade lockpin.
A lockpin was inserted mesiodistally in to a groove in the slot to secure the arch wire in conjunction with elastomers and ligatures.
The hinge and lockpin holes are drilled and finished as follow-on operations on special machines set up for that purpose.
Then remove the hitch pin, raise the lockpin handle, rotate it counterclockwise to the short slot, and replace the hitch pin.
Tenders are invited for Fabrication And Supply Of Hp-Hvof Coated Facing Plates And Labyrinths Alongwith Flush Bolts And Lockpins For Teesta-V Power Station.
Pneumatically operated spring-loaded lockpins on the cask lock the valve gates closed to prevent unintentional opening of a shield valve with a waste package in the cask.