A large tool for surfacing off material, cutting grooves, and the like.
The term applied to metals when cast, as all will be smaller when cold than when cast in the mold.
The part of the lathe which holds the tool post.
Having the quality of vibration.
Grooved, or channeled.
That which can be changed from a solid by liquids.
A combination of zinc and copper. A hard solder.
A small shaft.
The larger of two intermeshing gears.
A depression or hole.
Teeth in a wheel to receive a chain.
A form wound like the threads of a screw.
A true surface made of metal, used as a means of determining evenness of the article made.
Any substance which is modified by sulphuric acid.
An element or substance used for another.
One placed above the other.
Tool for the purpose of changing the form in a material.
A point on which another turns.
Taking off the outer coating or covering.
A small drill.
An object with the sides out of parallel.
A line from the periphery of a circle which projects out at an angle.
The exertion of a force.
The property of a material to hang together.
Putting metal in such condition that it will be not only hard but tough as well.
Pertaining to the strict forms and terms of an art.
That of which the element or substance is composed.
The ridges, spiral in form, which run around a bolt.
The speculative form or belief in a subject.
The term applied to the coating on a soldering iron with a fluxed metal.
The force exerted around an object, like the action of a crank on a shaft.
Sending forth; to forward.
A tool for the purpose of drawing ellipses.
Drawing; pulling power.
A motion applied to a finger, which holds a pivoted arm, whereby the latter may be swung from its locked position.
Having three sides and three angles.
Across; at right angles to the long direction.
A wall of a groove or recess which is sloping.
A wave-like motion, applied generally to light and electricity.
A base for calculating from.
Acting together; as one.
Generally applied to the natural condition of paper or fabric which has no glue or other fixing substance on it.
To change from a liquid or solid to a gas.
Changing into different conditions; unlike forms.
The edge; usually applied to the shoulder of a watch spindle, particularly to the escapement.
Up and down. The direction of a plumb line.
The speed of an article through space.
An instrument for determining the rate of vibration of different substances.
The movement to and fro of all elements, and by means of which we are made sensitive of the different forces.
The business or the calling of a person.
The act of cutting a projection or guard, such as is usually found on the insides of locks, and the correspondent detent in the key.
In electricity the unit of the rate of working in a circuit. It is the electro-motive force of one volt and the current intensity of one ampere.