use “Joggle” tools to automatically create offsets

22:53 May 9, 2011
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English term or phrase: use “Joggle” tools to automatically create offsets
Tengo problemas con los términos "joggle" y "offsets" en este contexto:

In areas where bars from different concrete objects overlap, you can use “Joggle” tools to automatically create offsets and shift bars, avoiding the need for tedious manual manipulations.

Abajo les remito a una página que encontré y que podría servir, pero las traducciones son muchas. Ayúdenme por favor a encontrar una solución para estos términos. Muchas gracias de antemano.

http://www.sapiensman.net/ESDictionary/J/Technical_vocabular...
Rafael Molina Pulgar
Mexico
Local time: 19:38


Summary of answers provided
5 +1usar las herramientas de
Ramon Ferreyros
3usar herramientas de acodillado/acodado/acodamiento para crear desplazamientos
Daniel Grau
3usar herramientas de "engrapado" (o engrape) para crear empalmes automáticamente
jsolvezb


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use “joggle” tools to automatically create offsets
usar las herramientas de


Explanation:
Please, it is so clear, joggle is WRONG, it is "TOGGLE".

Ramon Ferreyros
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Alistair Ian Spearing Ortiz
6 hrs

agree  Julio Bereciartu
1 day 33 mins

disagree  Matheus Chaud: This is not wrong: joggle tools = tools for joggling, tools for joggle bending. An answer with a "5" confidence level should be more reliable.
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9 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5
use “joggle” tools to automatically create offsets
usar herramientas de "engrapado" (o engrape) para crear empalmes automáticamente


Explanation:
Referencias:

Joggle > Engrapado de piedra
Glossary name: Arquitectura
http://www.proz.com/?sp=gloss/term&id=1241884

engrapar
tr. Asegurar, enlazar o unir con grapas [las piedras, maderos, papeles, etc.].
Diccionario Enciclopédica Vox 1. © 2009 Larousse Editorial, S.L.
http://definicionde.es/engrape

En México:
Herramientas, máquinas y accesorios para engrapado
http://www.mx.all-biz.info/g8691/

Saludos


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9 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5
use “joggle” tools to automatically create offsets
usar herramientas de acodillado/acodado/acodamiento para crear desplazamientos


Explanation:
El texto que citas se encuentra en dos folletos de ProConcrete:

http://www.asahq.com/images/solutions/rebar/ProConcrete_Broc...

http://www.asarebar.com/images/about/news/reinforcer_dl/aSa_...

En esos documentos, interpreto que "shift bars" no se refiere a un tipo de barras, sino a desplazar/correr/trasladar las barras de refuerzo: ¡shift es un verbo! Lo que me dio la pauta, fue la ilustración "(c)" de este documento:

http://files.engineering.com/download.aspx?folder=c6b16968-2...

Encontré una imagen bastante borrosa (segundo cuadro de diálogo de la primera imagen), donde puede verse que el ajuste a aplicar es "joggle up" o "joggle down", pero probablemente también tengan "joggle right/left":

http://www.cingcivil.com/Comunidad/index.php?topic=2564.0

Ahora bien, para este diccionario, "joggled" es "acodillado":

http://books.google.com/books?id=ZIU4-UjfzYcC&pg=PA784&dq="j...

En cuanto a "doblar en forma de codo", "acodamiento" existe, al igual que "acodillar" (y el obvio "acodar"):

http://buscon.rae.es/draeI/SrvltGUIBusUsual?TIPO_HTML=2&TIPO...

http://buscon.rae.es/draeI/SrvltGUIBusUsual?TIPO_HTML=2&TIPO...

http://buscon.rae.es/draeI/SrvltGUIBusUsual?TIPO_HTML=2&TIPO...

Solo resta entonces usar palabras distintas para "offset" y para "shift".

Saludos,

Daniel

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Note added at 4 days (2011-05-14 08:46:53 GMT)
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He encontrado por ahí el manual de ProConcrete 3D, y dice:

Rebar Collision Check
The Action dropdown lists allow you to select an action
that occurs where aligned bars collide. The available actions
include Joggle bars and Move bars.

y luego tenemos los iconos de las herramientas:

BREAK AND JOGGLE
This button is used to break a longitudinal bar at the point
specified, into two individual longitudinal bars, and joggle
(crank and lap) the bars at the same specified break point. This
button can be also be used to break and joggle multiple bars that
belong to a rebar zone, by use of the CTRL key when selecting.

JOGGLE REBAR
This button is used to joggle (crank and lap) two individual
rebars that are currently aligned and meet. These aligned
bars may clash or have a gap between them before using this
button.

JOGGLE REBAR AROUND OTHER REBAR
This button is used to joggle (crank) one rebar such that it
will not collide with an opposing transverse rebar. These
bars may clash or have a gap between them before using this
button.

Como ves, "joggle" significa doblar la barra en forma de "manivela de arranque", es decir, acodarla. La literatura que encontré no es uniforme, y menciona también "doblez" y "doblado". Para "lap" usan "solapamiento", "traslapo" y "traslape".

Saludos,

Daniel

Daniel Grau
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