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Synonyms for broach

bring up


Synonyms for broach

to put forward (a topic) for discussion

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a decorative pin worn by women

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Among these counselors, broaching behaviors operate merely as a single statement or question that counselors feel an obligation to address at least once during the counseling process.
Broaching nuts--These steel or stainless steel nuts for pressing into PC boards offer permanent threads for board mounting or component.
Broaching is a deformative manufacturing technique for creating features with sharp corners.
The original inline process to produce a steering rack might include broaching, deburring, induction hardening, and then straightening.
Broaching fasteners, offered in a variety of types, sizes, and finishes, are solutions for component-to-board, board-to-board, and board-to-chassis fastening problems.
It allows complex "fir-tree profiles to be produced on milling machines, such as the Hermle C60 five-axis machining centre, rather than having to use specialist broaching equipment.
The broaching operation, similar to shaping with multiple teeth, is used to machine internal and external surfaces such as holes of circular, square, or irregular shapes, keyways and teeth of internal gears.
The Precision Broaching Press is a computer-controlled hydraulic press with data acquisition.
Ohio Broach's "table-up" broaching machine design eliminates the need for broaching pits and elevated work platforms.
Rather than specifying a broach bar from one manufacturer, a vertical broach machine from another, and second broach machine from yet another manufacturer, consumers of broaching equipment look increasingly to companies that provide complete broaching system solutions.
Those who have installed or considered installing a vertical broaching machine are sure to be familiar with the difficulties associated with its use.
Broaching is a manufacturing process in which a single round or flat tool has many individual cutting surfaces arranged in such a way as to successively rough-cut, semi-finish-cut, and finish-cut a workpiece as the broaching tool is pulled or pushed around or through the workpiece.
A 15-ton, 48" stroke, electro-mechanical pull down, internal-type broaching machine has been developed.
Broaching may be one of the most misunderstood and often underestimated metal-removal processes.
Broaching uses a built-in feed function to make chips.