footstock


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footstock

(ˈfʊtˌstɒk)
n
(Mechanical Engineering) another name for tailstock
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This use of the domestic space to signify on the politics of the nation-state is further cemented in the likening of the domestic workers in the house to a judiciary and "the keeper of the Lodge" to the "Lord Chamberlain" whose efforts to monitor the footstock of the house is frustrated by petty thievery; a parodic portrayal of household management that stands in sharp contrast to the dire economic and political problems facing the nation that are linked to the country's socialist and communist past and its present day interpellation by capitalism (45).
The footstock is lever operated with center pressure adjustment.
Switching from one to the other merely entails adding or removing a workrest, moving the footstock, and changing the CNC program.