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Definition of the noun power hammer
What does power hammer mean as a name of something?
- a power tool for drilling rocks
- lexical domain: Artifacts - nouns denoting man-made objects
- synonym of power hammer: hammer
- more generic term: power tool = a tool driven by a motor
- more specific terms:
Power hammer: Power hammers are mechanical forging hammers that use a non-muscular power source to raise the hammer preparatory to striking, and accelerate it onto the work being hammered. Also called "Open Die Power Forging Hammers." They have been used by blacksmiths, bladesmiths, metalworkers, and manufacturers since the late 1880s.
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— Longworth Power Hammer. Fig. 131. — Pilkington Power Hammer. - Longworth Power Hammer. Section through Cylinders.) Another type of machine is made with the wheel on the centre of the spindle, midway between the frame, ...
by Us Dept Energy
BT3 Equipment SO DOE FRASE VOCABULARY POWER HAMMER(S) (2964 POWER HAMMER) DA January 3 ...
by James T. Frane
power factor / precast concrete cartridg' power hammer a job site. The bin has a rocker attachment which allows steep dumping when handling stiff mixes. They come in varying sizes with the capacity to carry from 9 to 12 cubic feet of ...
Flip Dictionary (2002)
by Barbara Kipfer
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by Seth Godin, Lark Productions LLC, Seth Godin Productions
repeat; 7 iterate, malleus; 8 harp upon, hesitate, pounding, redouble; 9 hammering, reiterate, reproduce; 11 hammer throw, power hammer hammer and tongs: 12 heart and soul, tooth and nail hammerhead: 5 dunce; 8 bonehead, lunkhead, ...
by Ian McNeil
The power hammer could not forge a bar smaller than about 20mm square, simply because when hot the iron became too long and flexible to be handled. Furthermore, the long thin lengths cooled down too quickly, and no furnace available at ...
Nelson's Encyclopaedia (1907)
Pneumatic Power Hammer.
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