Angle bar


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(Carp.) An upright bar at the angle where two faces of a polygonal or bay window meet.
(Mach.) Same as Angle iron.
- Knight.

See also: Angle, Angle

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Goss' combination and former folding technology and, in particular, the firm's ingenuity in multi-ribbon angle bar configurations enables this versatility.
5 m wide; machining operations; plasma cutting; oxyacetylene cutting; arc welding; MIG welding; TIG welding; SAW welding; hydraulic pressing up to 200 tonnes; drilling / reboring up to 76 mm diameter; plate shearing up to 16 mm thick; angle bar, flat bar, round bar, cropping and punching; radial drilling and blasting / painting.
75", 3" * SS Bright bar, , 3/4", 3/8", 5/8", 5/16", 7/8", 3" * SS Angle bar Length 6.
x 22" long CRS 7 2 1/8" x 1 3/4" flat bar 7 2 1 3/4" x 1/8" angle bar 8 2 Flat bar 10 2 1/2" NC nuts
It was almost a dream return for the 21-year-old as he turned on Forbes' pass 10 yards out to rattle the angle bar.
The test fixture was manufactured from 1/4-inch-thick structural steel 1-beams bolted to inner rings made out of rolled steel 3-inch angle bar.
Their primary products are re-bar, round bar, angle bar and channel bar.
An angle bar is a metal bracket in the form of a right angle.
Building and construction materials were also included such as Portland cement, steel bars, PVC electrical conduits, angle bar among others.
Some old units and decks would be retained only for purposes of supporting angle bar assemblies.
All of its products have received certificates including Equal Angle Bar (SII 0163, JIS G 3101 and 3192, Flat Bars (JIS G 3191 SS 44) and U Channel (SII 0233-1979, JIS G-3101 and JIS G 3192)
He further noted that angle bar nests are particularly troublesome.