Spindle side

the female side in descent; in the female line; opposed to spear side.

See also: Spindle

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The third test model leading to the final design solved the heavy cutting performance problem by incorporating a flat bed construction at the turning spindle side.
It can go from 30 degrees above the spindle centerline on the number-one spindle side to 15 degrees over centerline on the number two spindle side.
With the clamping mechanisms located in the female (spindle) end it is virtually impossible to clean the spindle side of the tool.