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machine head

n
(Music, other) a metal peg-and-gear mechanism for tuning a string on an instrument such as a guitar
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Supply of two machines to measure pressure resistance and other two machine heads required for Suez and Dakahliya laboratories.
5-100 wind turbines, including the machine heads and hubs, are being built at GE's facilities in Pensacola, Florida and Tehachapi, California.
Manufactured in a Fender factory from real wood and with genuine Fender machine heads, this Xbox 360-compatible Rock Band controller is just like a proper guitar.
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So when he changed the fiddle's conventional wooden tuning pegs for geared machine heads, to allow finer control and prevent too many broken strings, he wasn't entirely happy about the colour of the grey plastic grips.
He also sells his 5-axis system as a turnkey package, offering the technology and training for other shops to duplicate and machine heads using his proven method.
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The music from Klaus Badelt goes well with the stunning effects, and the scene where the time machine heads into space is a truly memorable moment.
On the neck sits a rosewood fretboard capped with 20 frets and single-dot inlays, with chrome, die-cast machine heads for smooth, accurate tuning on the headstock.