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drift (nylon headed drift)

Spanish translation: mandril (con cabeza de nylon)

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English term or phrase:drift (nylon headed drift)
Spanish translation:mandril (con cabeza de nylon)
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15:44 Jul 8, 2008
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Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
English term or phrase: drift (nylon headed drift)
No entiendo el significado de "drift" en este contexto. Parece como si tuviera que ser una especie de martillo (con cabeza de nylon) pero no logro encontrar nada que se adecue

From inside the Active Body, using a nylon headed drift, gently tap the Drive Shaft Bush, to start it to move from the body. When the flange of the bush becomes visible (from the outer face of the body) remove fully by hand.

Rotate the Disk 180° so that the polished face is uppermost, lift the drive shaft end of the disc slightly (1mm approx) and pull the Active Disc away from the Stub Shaft Bush. The end of the Disc shaft should be just clear of the Stub Shaft Bush.
xxxmariaje
Spain
Local time: 09:02
mandril cuadrado/ensanchador
Explanation:
Del diccionario para ingenieros de Luis A. Robb

drift, (mec) ensanchador, mandril cuadrado.

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Maria Milagros Del Cid
Local time: 02:02
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3 +1mandril cuadrado/ensanchador
Maria Milagros Del Cid


  

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mandril cuadrado/ensanchador


Explanation:
Del diccionario para ingenieros de Luis A. Robb

drift, (mec) ensanchador, mandril cuadrado.



Maria Milagros Del Cid
Local time: 02:02
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 3
Grading comment
Muchas gracias.

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agree  Tomás Cano Binder, BA, CT: Sí, un mandril creo que es. En este caso un mandril para empujar una pieza para sacarla de un orificio.
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