catch points


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catch points

pl n
(Railways) railway points designed to derail a train running back in the wrong direction to prevent collision with a following train
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Its slim profile ensures there are no annoying catch points that can get in the way.
So when it comes to customizing the vehicle, "You look at the design and say, Okay, what I need to do Is make sure that there are no catch points.
The pulley is also a fluted piece of metal with sharp catch points that could easily snag a shovel or clothing or a person.
The anti-slip grooves on the handle ensure maximum control and the low profile directional lever helps to reduce catch points and allows for one-handed operation.
Forged Edge Technology[TM] eliminates catch points and sharp edges.
Werner was particularly interested in scoring catch points in his fishing club, the Florida Sport Fishing Association.
I don't know what people know about roller derby, but its basically a derby on wheels where you have to knock people down to catch points.
To maintain stringent sanitary conditions, enclosures and cable tray fittings should feature sloped tops and covers, smooth, flush surfaces, minimal ridges and other potential bacteria catch points as well as mounting and design options that facilitate cleaning and effectively minimize the impact of shut downs.
The ASTM standard subcommittee for bunk beds is working to develop a standard for bunk bed corner post extensions and other catch points.
The "run" position allows material to flow from the hopper to the extruder feed section with no catch points, while the "off' position allows the hopper to rotate out of the way introducing a purge compound to the feed throat.
Do not use playpens with catch points, such as protruding hardware.