||(english) A small lathe mounted on a bench or table.
||(english) A solid semi-finished round or square product that has been hot worked by forging, rolling, or extrusion. An iron or steel billet has a minimum width or thickness of 1 1/2 in. and the cross-sectional area varies from 2 1/4 to 36 sq. in. For nonferrous metals, it may also be a casting suitable for finished or semi-finished rolling or for extrusion.
||(english) A thin film of phosphate pretreatment applied to a steel surface (bare or zinc coated) to enhance paintability.
|Bonding Clay (Bonderise)
||(english) Any clay suitable for use as a bonding material.
||(english) Copper base alloys in which zinc is the principal alloying element. Brass is harder and mechanically stronger than either of its alloying elements copper or zinc. It is formable and ductile; develops high tensile strength with cold-working and is not heat treatable.
||(english) "A pattern plate of suitable material, with the cope pattern mounted on or attached to one side; the drag pattern may be attached to the other side or to a separate mounting. See Matchplate "
||(english) Stability is best defined as the opposite of instability, which is the occurrence of large structural deformations which are not the result of material failure.