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Synonyms for bushing

an insulating liner in an opening through which conductors pass

a cylindrical metal lining used to reduce friction

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Rubber Bushing Designing for Automotive and Commercial Application is a course organized by the University of Akron's Akron Polymer Technology Services, to be held March 13-14 at the Akron Polymer Training Center in Akron, OH.
com)-- After a year in development and extensive testing, CCTY Bearing is unveiling its newest bearing, the FSA, a steel-backed bushing with PTFE fabric lining.
Nozzle Contact: All standard sprue bushings have a nozzle seat machined to a depth of 3/16 or 0.
According to Lycoming, the problem came to light after a number of engine failures--Lycoming isn't saying how many--were traced to small-end connecting rod bushings that allow too much side-to-side play between the rod and piston, causing rapid wear and catastrophic damage.
When I first examined the bushings from Challis Grips (ChallisGrips.
Jon Brasher, sales and marketing manager for ABB Transformer Components said, Potential oil leaks from transformer bushings are eliminated with the O Plus Dry bushings because there is no oil to leak.
In order to minimize the level of vibration reaching the cabin, rubber parts such as engine mounts and suspension bushings are deployed extensively in components used to join the engine and suspension systems to the cabin.
I usually leave the bushings in the lathe chuck for tapping since the chuck grips the bushing better than if you took it out and set it up in a bench vise.
In essence the project requires making a bushing on a lathe that fits into the front of the AR-15 receiver and then making the barrel fit the bushing.
Just wedge the end of the bar between the two shoes and pull up and down to manipulate the bushings until they line up.
The company's family of fixed-axle air fide trailer suspensions has been enhanced with the addition of the RideMaster series, which includes two integrated axle models containing narrow bushings and three wide-bushing U-bolt axle connection models.
There could also be dust or salty deposits on the bushings which, if sufficient condensation occurs, could lead to surface tracking," the report said.
2 mm), smooth bore bushings eliminate sharp through-hole edges to protect wires and can also be used as bushings for rotating shafts.
The parts that transmit big forces and torques plain shaft bearings, bushings, gears of gearboxes, electric motor armature bushings are joined with big interference.
Worn stabilizer bushings and end links can cause horrible clunking noises when you drive over bumps.