capscrews

Spanish translation: pernos pasantes

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English term or phrase:capscrews
Spanish translation:pernos pasantes
Entered by: mirta

18:02 Apr 21, 2005
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng
English term or phrase: capscrews
capscrews
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pernos pasantes
Explanation:
Un "cap screw" (o "capscrew") es un perno que requiere una tuerca, en contraposición con los que se colocan en los orificios roscados (tornillos). Por lo tanto, a diferencia de un tornillo, un perno debe pasar a través de la pieza en la que se lo coloca.

Esa es la explicación dada por Daniel hace un tiempo atrás.

Suerte!!

Mirta :)
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pernos pasantes


Explanation:
Un "cap screw" (o "capscrew") es un perno que requiere una tuerca, en contraposición con los que se colocan en los orificios roscados (tornillos). Por lo tanto, a diferencia de un tornillo, un perno debe pasar a través de la pieza en la que se lo coloca.

Esa es la explicación dada por Daniel hace un tiempo atrás.

Suerte!!

Mirta :)


mirta
Argentina
Local time: 11:45
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
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