countersunk


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coun·ter·sunk

 (koun′tər-sŭngk′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of countersink.

countersunk

(ˈkaʊntəˌsʌŋk)
adj
driven or sunk into an enlarged hole
Translations

countersunk

[ˈkaʊntəsʌŋk] ADJ [screw] → encastrado
References in classic literature ?
And if at such times you should think that you really perceived drops of moisture in the spout, how do you know that they are not merely condensed from its vapor; or how do you know that they are not those identical drops superficially lodged in the spout-hole fissure, which is countersunk into the summit of the whale's head?
As the door had slipped aside I had noted its great thickness, fully twenty feet, and as it reached its place once more after closing behind us, great cylinders of steel had dropped from the ceiling behind it and fitted their lower ends into apertures countersunk in the floor.
10 3/4-inch countersunk machine bolts (with nuts and lock washers) to attach each slide to the aluminum angle bracket, and No.
Effect of load transfer on the cracking behavior at a countersunk fastener hole, Int.
This type of screw head is designed for installation into predrilled and countersunk holes, but that's not what you'll do for this technique.
If the screws on the TOW launcher armor are countersunk, stop now.
To ensure a neat finish, the holes should be countersunk, and don't forget to drill one in the middle of the rose for the light flex.
They are countersunk so they can be tightened to be flush with the hinge and the door can be closed.
Causes can be non-galvanised iron nails that have not been countersunk and filled over, or galvanised nail heads have begun to rust after sanding or excessive weathering.
Permitting flexible mounting configurations, these two-piece collars have flats on both outside surfaces, are drilled and tapped for stacking to each other, and have a countersunk hole for mounting to virtually any surface.
Featuring a countersunk hole on the inside to maintain a smooth interior surface, the collars hold hoses and tubing securely without crushing and are easy to open and adjust for changeovers.