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Staking is the process of connecting two components by creating an interference fit between the two pieces. One workpiece has a hole in it while the other has a boss that fits within the hole. The boss is undersized so that it is a slip fit. A staking punch is then used to compress the boss axially and form an interference fit between the workpieces. This forms a permanent joint.
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Staking is a method of securing parts by pushing surface metal together with punch and hammer. (2) Peening is the stretching of...
Handbook of Plastics Joining (2008)
A Practical Guide by Michael J. Troughton
Description Staking is a process that is specially suited to connecting parts made from dissimilar materials (e.g., plastic to metal). The plastic part is provided with a protrusion that fits through a hole in the other part. The protrusion is then ...
Ordnance Maintenance (1954)
Telescope Mounts, M3A1, M18A1, M21A1, M25, M30, M44, M44A1, M69 and M76
Staking is a process usually employed to secure two parts together. It is not, as is often the case, to be...
Grow the Best Tomatoes (1998)
Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-189 by John Page
Conversely, staking is a lot of work: driving the good solid stakes and tying the plant to the stake, an exercise you can engage in during many spare moments. Because you do a little pruning both intentionally and unintentionally while staking, ...
by The National Gardening Association, Bob Beckstrom, Karan Davis Cutler, Kathleen Fisher, Phillip Giroux, Judy Glattstein, Michael MacCaskey, Bill Marken, Charlie Nardozzi, Sally Roth, Marcia Tatroe, Lance Walheim, Ann Whitman
Staking is a simple but important job — especially for plants more than 3 feet tall and for plants with large, heavy flowers or slender stems. Staking keeps plants steady in the wind and ensures that blossoms stay healthy and upright. It gives the ...
How Leading Companies Realize Value from Their Intellectual Property by Suzanne S. Harrison, Patrick H. Sullivan
Claim staking is a wise move for all kinds of companies—not only technology- oriented companies. True, intangibles-rich companies are more successful in the current environment, as noted in our Introduction. But this is partly because the ...
by Louis Pilato
The final product is directly produced from molten metal as compared to forming, staking (staking is a method of fastening by squeezing a protrusion formed in one part inside a hole in the second part, ...
Special Event Production (2008)
The Resources by Doug Matthews
'proper staking is a prerequisite for a safe tent event. Stake failure occurs primarily in two ways. The first is in tension, in which the resisting frictional forces between the soil and the stake are insufficient to keep the ...
Embroidered Ground (2011)
Revisiting the Garden by Page Dickey
Staking is an art in itself—coaxing the ...
by K. V. Peter
Pyramidal staking is a practice where a few adjacent stakes each carrying separate yam vines are slanted and tied at the top to form a pyramidal structure. D. alata should be trailed within 15 days after sprouting by means of a rope attached to ...
Staking of yam (Figure 3) is necessary to optimally expose the leaves to the sunlight throughout its growth, especially in the 'climbing' yams. The larger the surface area of the plant exposed to sunlight, the higher are the yields that are ...
by Walter Page Wright
Staking : The object of good culture—to get large, vigorous, freely-bloomed plants—is frustrated unless timely and adequate staking is ~ done. It is no exaggeration to say that the beauty of an herbaceous border is doubled from mid - July ...
A Dictionary of Footwear (1912)
by Carl Rodney Rasmussen
bran water drench, working on the beam, treatment with alum and salt, egging, drying, staking, and the remaining operations are similar to those in tanning. Tear Off-small pieces torn from a skin while staking and suitable for tips, foxing, etc.
by Hanneke Van Dijk
Taller dahlias usually need staking. Dahlia 'Bishop of ...
by Vladimir Geroimenko
The higher is the n value, the higher up is the staking level of an ...
by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe
After tanning, tho goods, whether for shoe or glove purposes, are dried, softened by ' staking ' or drawing over a blunt knife, and ' aged ' by keeping at least a few weeks in a cool warehouse to fix the tan. Calf-kid is then damped and shaved on ...
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