serration


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the condition of being serrated

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a row of notches

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a single notch in a row of notches

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The inner diameter should be small enough to allow serrations to be machined on the business side of the guard but not so small as to limit the amount of room for the trigger finger within the trigger guard.
Rotary broaches form square, hex, double-hex, spline, serration, and other shapes on all popular machining materials.
It has delicate, compound grayish-green leaves with long, narrow leaflets bearing saw-toothed serration.
TAPE SHOULD HAVE SERRATION SO AS TO TURN IT IN CIRCULAR SHAPE IN DIFFERENT RATIOUS FOR FIXING ON VAR IOUS SIZE GASKET SEATING AREA(SERRATIONS SHALL BE WITH APPROX.
When using soft jaws, there is room to re-skim the jaws before relocating on a new serration position.
Later, I learned the serration substantially increases the cutting potential by pulling the head up and down and grabbing like a saw blade pulling itself into the cut.
He said that conversation serration is underway with different embassies to deport Osama bin Laden family.
The new model THW Quick-Jaw Change chucks feature a wedge-bar serration mechanism, provide less than one-minute jaw change, repeatability to 0.
The coin will be round with serration on the edge and a diameter of 30 mm weighing 9.
5" CPM-S30V stainless steel blade with partial serration, choice of G-10 synthetic or cocobolo wood handle and stainless steel pocket clip.
The frame is machined from stainless steel and has a scaled serration pattern cut into the front strap.
Serration technology of the facemill works safely up to 40,000 rpm in the 40 mm diameter size.
The Taurus Tracker Manual features a 3 1/4-inch BT2 black-steel Tantostyle blade with 40-percent serration, and a 2-inch silver slip-jointed second blade.