External form broaches are usually carried on a guided ram and mounted in a broach holding fixture. Strength is generally not a major consideration since the cutting force is transferred to the ram at many places along the length of the broach(es).
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): former, formers, forms
External gear is described as the simplest gear systems with cylindrical gears and teeth parallel to the axis.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): gears
Extra pot broaches refer to the type of broaching which is used when an external form is required. The form can be splines (straight sided, involute, angular), cam, or lobular.
In a pot broaching set up, the part is usually pushed up through an internal 'pot'; a fixture that houses a series of form inserts.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Extras, Pots
Extraneous ash refers to ash in coal that is derived from inorganic material introduced during formation of the seam, such as sedimentary particles, or filling cracks in the coal, also called sedimentary ash.
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