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Synonyms for broach

bring up

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Synonyms for broach

to put forward (a topic) for discussion

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a decorative pin worn by women

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Products manufactured by Federal Broach include helical broaches, which are used for machining the helical gears found in motor vehicle automatic transmissions, and "Pine tree" type broaches(2), which are mainly used in machining parts for aircraft engines and power generation systems.
It supplied broaches to cut the internal, external, and blind splines for gears that go into automotive power-train parts.
Tooling for the MorrisKeyseater is approximately one-third the cost of traditional broaches. Larger endmills can be sharpened and reused unlike broaches.
There is no concern with the different labor grades that are required to do the tool setting, the cost of inventorying very expensive broaches, the cost of deburring, and the cost of a longer straightening time.
Although broaches tend to be expensive, the cost is justified because of their use for high-production runs.
Minute Man keyway sets from The duMont Company, LLC include keyway broaches, bushings, and shims designed for cutting 5/8" or 3/4" keyways in six bore sizes from 2-3/8"--3".
To ensure that the tool accurately broaches the workpiece, at least two teeth must be in contact with the part at all times.
Rotary broaches form square, hex, double-hex, spline, serration, and other shapes on all popular machining materials.
That's not to say that traditional vertical broaches are not safe, efficient, or maintainable They are.