engage

18:37 Dec 9, 2015
English to German translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Patents / tool coupling systems
English term or phrase: engage
The engagement member (112) is configured to **engage** a torque implement (not shown) to rotate the cam bolt (100) about the longitudinal axis (A-A).

The engagement member is configured to** engage ** a torque implement to rotate the cam bolt about the longitudinal axis when torque is applied by the torque implement.

At least one of the first cam surface and the second cam surface is configured to **engage** at least one of a drawbar and a follower in a clamping and/or unclamping operation.

I am having trouble coming up with the correct translation for **engage* in this patent. All the translations out of my dictionaries (einrasten, eingreifen, ineinandergreifen, einkuppeln ...) don't seem to fit here. Kudoz didn't yield the right translation either.

Does "engage" here mean "having contact with"

I can't offer a link, since it is an unpublished patent.

The engagement member is a hexagonal recess at the end of the cam bolt.
TIA
Heike Holthaus
United States
Local time: 05:40


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Vittorio Ferretti


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Explanation:
this might fit

Vittorio Ferretti
Local time: 11:40
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
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