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POC M3 Lexicon
Terms in this set (21)
the strength of an electric current
enlarge and bevel the rim of (a drilled hole) so that a screw, nail, or bolt can be inserted flush with the surface.
sizes diameter of hole cutting tool
a small hole drilled as a guide for the insertion of a nail or screw, or for the drilling of a larger hole.
angular cut made at an angle to the thickness of stock
speed at which stock is pushed through a stationary tool
Internal cut (plunge)
cut that starts from the middle of the project instead of from the edge
cut made at a precise angle relative to the lengthwise edge of stock
term for wood that suddenly and without warning is propelled back towards the operator at a high rate of speed
waste piece of lumber
sever or divide a piece of wood parallel to the grain.
A form of bevel, it is created at 45° angle to two adjoining right-angled faces
a casing or socket for holding a tool such as a drill bit
cresent shaped piece of material used in joining wooden projects
containing or operated by air or gas under pressure.
denoting, relating to, or operated by a liquid moving in a confined space under pressure.
Electrical current that changes polarity from positive to negative 60 times a second.
an electric current flowing in one direction only.
(of a part of a machine) move backward and forward in a straight line.
an attachment for holding a workpiece or tool in a machine (such as a drill or lathe)
only protection device designed to protect people against electric shock from an electrical system
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