from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A screw-bolt with a cubical head, used in securing the ends of steam-cylinders.
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Figure 26 Connection to cap-screw with holding fixture
Figure 24 Connection by a cap-screw without clamping bow and holding fixture to a connection strap
Figure 25 Connection to a cap-screw with clamping bow
The cap is set at right angles to the cutter, the cap-screw dropped into the slot, the cap is slid up the slot, and turned into line with the cutter, and then slid down the slot till the edge of the cap comes quite near the edge of the cutter.
Carefully remove the cap and cutter taking pains not to let the edge hit any part of the plane, then using the clamp as a screwdriver, loosen the cap-screw and slide the cap back along the slot in the cutter, where it can be held fast by a turn of the cap-screw.
When the cap needs to be entirely removed, for instance, for grinding, after it has been slid along the cutter slot, as before, it is turned at right angles to the cutter, and then slid down the slot until the cap-screw unbuttons from the cutter.
Between the cap-screw holes are eight holes tapped to 3/4-inch, and when it is desired to take the bearing down the cap-screws are taken out of the base and screwed into the threaded holes and used as jacks to force the guide-bearing downward.
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