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  • v. Present participle of knurl.

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Examples

  • The Bentley etching, known as knurling, can be found in the handle of the computer and the sliding doors that cover the access ports.

    Vagablond

  • The door handles incorporate the traditional Bentley 'knurling' to their inboard surface for enhanced grip, reflecting the company's typical attention to detail, while. the sporting character of the Mulsanne is reinforced by front wing vents and wide oval tailpipe finishers.

    Autoblog

  • Cross knurlings are produced by knurling with two wheels having straight teeth in opposite directions.

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  • Dimensions of the workpiece for any material for hard rubber for brass aluminium, fibre for steel straight knurling cross knurling spiral knurling

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  • By the knurling technique the outer surface of the parts is formed by means of a single-wheel or double-wheel knurling holder.

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  • Figure 8 Spiral knurling tool - clamping with matching edge bearing

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  • The spiral knurling holder, the head of which is tiltable, holds two wheels (see Fig. 5).

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  • Straight knurling holders are solid and have one wheel (see Fig. 4).

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  • Spiral knurling holders have a special matching edge bearing which must fit well at the upper edge of the tool slide when clamping so as to prevent the holder from being forced away during the operation.

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  • Straight knurling of small widths on simple cylindrical parts5.

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