Tiebar

Related to Tiebar: tie clip

Tie´bar`


n.1.A flat bar used as a tie.
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With a compact design to allow installation in machines with tighter tiebar spacing, the gear unit also has a closed housing to ensure worker safety.
1mm, which also enables tapped holes and counter bores to be quickly added to the ends of, for example, subrack tiebar extrusions.
The generously sized tiebar spacing makes the use of large standard heating plates possible and also provides the opportunity of working with enlarged optional heating platens.
The maximum size of the parts depends on the clamping force and the tiebar spacing of the insert molding machine.
Tenders are invited for Repairs, Maintenance Improvements Of Railway Staff Quarters Including Sewage System, Drains In Colonies And Other Works (Platform Surfacing, Repair Maintenance Of Service Buildings, Tiebar Fencing, Pathway Tube Well/Water Supply Arrangement Etc.
All-electric machines have been getting larger, too, providing increased clamping-force ratings, larger injection capacities, and wider tiebar spacing to accommodate large multicavity molds.
Information is provided on homogenous plasticizing and gentle processing, tiebar and tiebarless designs, basic automation sprue removal robots, special control technology featuring the reliability of tried-and-tested standard equipment, low-cost production through automation, and special machine concepts and innovative technologies.
tiebar diameter for the injection clamp is larger than competitive models and resists breakage.
Painting of steel structures such as girders FOBs PF Sheds tiebar fencing height gauges etc in the section of SSE/W/NBD and SSE/W/CPS and jungle cleaning debris cleaning and provision of India Mark-II hand pumps at various stations and level crossings under ADEN/Najibabad.
Generous tiebar spacing and max/min mold-height specifications on both machines provide good flexibility for handling the tooling required for high-performance molding, including automation, according to Milacron.
Next Wave hydromechanical retractable tiebar presses, available in tonnages from 600 to 5,000, were previously designed and built according to original specifications acquired by the company's purchase of Hemscheidt, which owned the Next Wave technology.
Applying linear guides throughout the machine, the ECSXII line eliminates tiebar bushings and allows the two-piece platens to open and close with less drag.