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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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His son, Francis Lapointe, founder of American Broach of Michigan, is known as "the father of modern broaching."
We begin with a definition, rationale, and empirical support for broaching cultural factors during counseling.
Striving to reduce the number of loose parts and simplify the assembly process, broaching spacers or nuts have been popular by virtually removing handling issues altogether.
The lubricants are chlorine-free and come in three different viscosity grades, designed for applications such as broaching, gear manufacturing, and tapping.
The tooling is water-cooled and does not harden the material, like many other broaching or keyseating machinery.
With broaching being a high cost operation for certain transmission gear applications, Timken was able to optimize the steel manufacturing process to obtain significant improvements.
shank, 12 mm shank, and 22 mm shank--of the adjustment free rotary broaching tool holder.
of Clinton Township, MI is now offering its new Adjustment Free Rotary Broaching Tool Holder in four sizes: .625-inch shank, .750-inch shank, 12-mm shank and 22-mm shank.
The electronics industry increasingly seeks fastener attachment that will reduce hardware requirements and promote specific functions, and broaching fasteners offer practical alternatives to traditional "loose" hardware.
Horn USA introduces a new line of replaceable insert broaching tools for CNC lathes and mills.
Also available is the STP-HS tool presetting and measuring system, which is specifically developed For handling turn and turn/turn broaching tools [such as those used For producing crankshafts].