Headstock sentence example

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  • During that long production run there were, apart from three designs of headstock bearing, only minor changes in specification required.
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  • The finish was destroyed and the headstock decal was half missing.
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  • The E5 Headstock (left) was also offered as a stand-alone bench unit for large diameter faceplate work.
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  • Fully geared headstock and power sliding separate from the screwcutting feed.
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  • Copyright © 2005 Pam Morley Bells hang from a heavy wooden headstock of elm.
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  • Thursday 6th September 2001 Work on the new headstock was started today.
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  • It sports a higher spec neck and a shaped headstock.
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  • The bike is then connected to the A frame rollover bar using the bike's original headstock, bottom yoke and steering spindle.
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  • headstock spindle was by a Reynolds chain.
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  • headstock pulley were engaged by a pointer mounted on a swinging bracket.
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  • headstock casting was built up level to top of the spindle bearings.
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  • headstock bearing, only minor changes in specification required.
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  • headstock drive belt 60 " long.
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  • headstock assembly.
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  • As the " Fifties " ended, Craftsman introduced this ball-bearing headstock, 12-inch wood-turning lathe.
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  • Their range of rounders and trapping planes provide the means to do the job properly by hand or using a slow-speed lathe headstock.
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  • The 10mm bore headstock spindle used two adjustable conical hardened-steel plain bearings with a ball thrust race behind the pulley.
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  • At the same time the bells were recast and some reconstruction took place in the belfry, when a steel headstock was inserted.
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  • The first of the 12-inch lathes to have power cross feed were the 1939 De-lux 16-speed, Timken headstock bearing models.
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  • lathe headstock.
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  • steering lock on the left side of the headstock.
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  • lubricated by the same pump which supplied oil to the headstock and screwcutting gearbox.
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  • A quaint Drummond custom was to leave the headstock oiler nuts without covers - allowing swarf and dirt to drop into the bearings.
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  • The 3-step pulley together with its attached " sun " gear was free to rotate on the headstock spindle.
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  • The three rings of indexing holes in the headstock pulley were engaged by a pointer mounted on a swinging bracket.
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  • A conventional tumble reverse mechanism took the drive from the headstock spindle to the gearbox drive train.
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  • roller bearings in a headstock - the ease of replacing them.
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  • The headstock bearings were plain and the hardened spindle capable of sustained high speeds with great reliability.
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  • The final drive up to the headstock spindle was by a Reynolds chain.
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  • tumble reverse mechanism took the drive from the headstock spindle to the gearbox drive train.
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  • twanging noises as you desperately tweak the headstock.
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  • Carriage feed rates vary through fifty changes from 0.0005 " to 0.016 " per revolution of the headstock spindle.
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  • There is however one very definite advantage in using ball or taper roller bearings in a headstock - the ease of replacing them.
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  • The headstock swivels through 90 degrees to allow even larger bowl turning.
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  • Jacking up the headstock and tailstock of a lathe is nothing new, as shown by this late 1920's machine.
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  • The audience is subject to a series of twanging noises as you desperately tweak the headstock.
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  • In other words, from the bottom of the headstock, along the neck with the frets, stopping where that neck meets the body of the guitar.
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  • The SX100B Series II has a maple neck and a rosewood fingerboard with a durable high-gloss finish on the body, neck and headstock to protect it from damage at the rowdy bar gigs you'll take it to.
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  • The neck pickup (the one closest to the headstock) produces a warmer, mellow tone.
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  • The bridge pickup (the one furthest from the headstock) produces the brightest, loudest sound.
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  • Loosen them at the headstock with the tuning pegs until they are slack enough to unravel by hand.
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  • Get between the pickups, back by the bridge, and up on the headstock.
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  • Clip the Ends - Your last step is to take your wire cutters and snip off the extra ends of the strings at the guitar's headstock.
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  • The headstock is to the player's left, and the pickups are to the player's right.
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  • The headstock is another significant component of the acoustic guitar.
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  • The tuners and the tuner posts help wrap the strings around the guitar's headstock and pull them taut down to the guitar's bridge and saddle.
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  • bore headstock and tailstock were both fitted with No.2 Morse taper centers, the latter with self eject.
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  • On later models the clutch shaft rose vertically through the headstock casting and was connected to a headstock mounted lever.
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