pocket hole

11:06 Feb 22, 2014
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English to Hungarian translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Furniture / Household Appliances / Joinery / asztalos- és ácsmunkák
English term or phrase: pocket hole
Pocket-hole joinery, or pocket-screw joinery, involves drilling a hole at an angle -usually 15 degrees- into one workpiece, and then joining it to a second workpiece with a self-tapping screw. The technique, in addition to doweling, has its roots in ancient Egypt. Egyptians clamped two workpieces together and bored a hole at an angle from the outside workpiece into the second workpiece. They then inserted a dowel with glue, and cut it off flush with the outermost surface.

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5 +1zsákfurat
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neutral  hollowman2: Lásd juvera megoldását.
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Egyszerűen zsákfurat. Asztalos-és ácsmunkáról van szó.
A fészekfurat jellemzője a kitöltő anyag alkalmazása, amit itt nem használnak.
Az első munkadarabban átmenő furat keletkezik, a másodikat az átmenő furaton keresztül egyenesen rögzítik az elsőhöz és ez csak zsákfurat lesz, vagyis nem megy a munkadarabon teljesen keresztül. Az elsőt lehet külön fúrni, de a másodikat az első munkadarab furatán keresztül rögzítik, általában önfúró facsavarral.

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agree  hollowman2: Igen, de az "önfúró" helyett inkább önvágó... (Szerintem.)
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