Axial pitch refers to the the distance in an axial plane surface between corresponding adjacent tooth profiles.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): pitchers
Axial pressure angle means the angle between the tangent to the tooth profile in an axial plane at the pitch surface and a line perpendicular to the axis.
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Axial rake applies to angular cutting faces, not helical or spiral . It is the angle between a plane containing the cutting face, or tangent to the cutting face at a given point, and the reamer axis.
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Axial strut load is characterized as a structural member designed to transfer an axial tension or compression load only.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Struts, loader, loaders, loads
Axial tension is described as an axial force causing tension in a member.
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Axillary crutch is described as the type of crutch that fits up under the armpit of the user. It is sometimes called the underarm crutch.
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