TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «DIESTOCK»
The term «diestock» is used very little and occupies the 190.116
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIESTOCK»
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Use and care of hand tools and measuring tools
CAUTlON After assembling die to diestock, make sure setscrew is tight. Die could
fall out of diestock causing damage to die. 2 Assemble die (3) and diestock (4).
Tighten setscrew (5). Loosen the two thumbscrews (6) to adjust diestock (4).
United States. Dept. of the Army, 1983
Mechanical World and Metal Trades Journal: An Illustrated ...
THE "BUCKEYE" DIESTOCK. A new pipe-screwing tool now being placed on t-
ho market by Mr. H. Muniing, 179, Upper Thames- street, London, E.O., and
known as the " Buckeye " diestock, is shown in the illustrations herewith. What is
Use and care of handtools and measuring tools
Using a die and diestock. (3) See that the die is held firmly in the diestock. Set an
adjustable die to the desired size before securing it in the diestock. (4) Drop
some cutting oil on the work and the die and position the chamfer of the front face
United States. Dept. of the Army, 1960
Precision Machining Technology
Place the spindle in neutral and place the die mounted in a diestock against the
end of the workpiece. Remove tools from the tailstock quill and lightly bring the
face of the quill against the diestock to keep the die square. Another FIGURE ...
Peter Hoffman, Eric Hopewell, Brian Janes, 2014
3, and turn the opposite end down to fit in the diestock. Drill and tap a hole in the
side of the larger end to take the setscrew that holds the die in place. Countersink
a dimple in the side of the smaller end to receive the nose of the diestock ...
Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office
DIESTOCK AND TAP WRENCH. John II. Fdllmer, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor of one-
half to Curtis S. Fullmer, New York, N. Y. Filed Oct. 23, 1919. Serial No. 332,619.
1 Claim. (CI. 10—125.) A diestock and tap wrench comprising a body composed
(This will also produce a better finish on the thread.) Then close the die down in
stages for the subsequent cuts until the thread is the required size. The thread
size can be checked with a nut. The diestock is rotated in a clockwise direction
U.S. Bureau of Naval Personnel. SINGLE SCREW DIESIOCK THBEE SCREW
DIESTOCK Figure 1-52.— Diestocks, diecollet, and tap wrenches. Figure 1-57.—
Pipe and tuhing cutters. Figure 1-53.— Adjustahle die guide and ratchet
U.S. Bureau of Naval Personnel, 2013
South African Automotive Light Vehicle Level 1:
Fit the die to the diestock or the tap to the handle. For dies, use the locating screw
on the stock to engage the hole on the die and secure it into place. Fortaps,
secure by tightening the handle jaws. Making a Puller: Plans PROCEDURE '
Metalworking: Tools, Materials, and Processes for the Handyman
640.—Diestock Dies. S H A P I N G T H E S T O C K . Before beginning toreduce
the thickness drawlinesalongboth edges as guides for filing to; then file from both
sides, using the file at right angles to the length of the diestock, and cutting out a ...