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press fit

n
(General Engineering) engineering a type of fit for mating parts, usually tighter than a sliding fit, used when the parts do not have to move relative to each other
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Press fit terminals on the control side eliminate the need for harnesses and allow direct connection to the PCB
CAD drawings for these press fit draw handles can be downloaded from www.
Ionic cleanliness and aesthetics were the main issues; because components were press fit, surface integrity was critical.
The Standard Tower accepts press fit nocks, fletches vanes up to 4 inches long on a two-degree right offset and is designed for 17/64-inch (Axis) to 23/64-inch shafts.
The labeling elements are fixed in the mold from the front by press fit and adhesive.
Assembly technologies include SMT, press fit, wave solder, selective PTH solder, and hand assembly and solder.
The material of the hubs is a glass fiber-reinforced plastic developed for rigidity and corrosion resistance, R + W TX couplings have an elastomer element that is press fit between the two precision-molded coupling halves, giving it zero backlash and guaranteed concentricity.
Two hydraulically actuated cylinders operating in opposition to one another then press fit the bearing inserts into each end.
The approach now is to use "compliant pin" connection, wherein the electrical connection is through an array of needle-sized eyelets that collapse when the mating connector on the cable is press fit to the PCB.
Kistler Instrument announces a new series of force sensors specially designed for press fit and calibration applications.
The adapter is press fit to the shaft for full concentric contact, 360[degrees] through the length of the bearing.
Cal Door uses blind mortise and tenon mitered joints for all of its five-piece mitered doors and glue and press fit applied mouldings.