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German term or phrase:Drehschlitten
Italian translation:torretta portautensili
Entered by: Chiara Righele
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11:10 Apr 6, 2007
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German to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering / Tornio
German term or phrase: Drehschlitten
Si tratta delle istruzioni di installazione di un tornio a giostra.
Questo/a "Drehschlitten" è un pezzo che può ruotare di 45° a destra e a sinistra intorno al proprio asse.
E' fissato al "Querschlitten" (che ho tradotto come carrello trasversale).
Può essere ruotato manualmente grazie a una vite senza fine (montata su questo/a Drehschlitten) e a una ruota dentata (i cui denti si trovano sulla "circonferenza" del/la Drehschlitten stesso/a).

Ho una mezza idea di come si può chiamare questo pezzo, ma vorrei il parere di qualcun altro...

Grazie!
Chiara
Chiara Righele
Italy
Local time: 22:20
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4Carrello orientabiledavide76


  

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Carrello orientabile


Explanation:
Io lo tradurrei così.

davide76
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