magnetic chuck

Spanish translation: placa de sujeción/mordaza mágnetica

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English term or phrase:magnetic chuck
Spanish translation:placa de sujeción/mordaza mágnetica
Entered by: Lia Fail (X)

15:33 Feb 10, 2001
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: magnetic chuck
1. Conductors of control circuits are protected by the motor branch-circuit short-circuit.. where the opening of the control circuit would create a hazard, as for example, the control circuit of a magnetic chuck and the like.

ALSO, if possible, I would appreciate a rough translation of the entire sentece. Thanks in advance.
Lia Fail (X)
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Explanation:
-Conductors of control circuits are protected by the motor branch-circuit short-circuit.. where the opening of the control circuit would create a hazard, as for example, the control circuit of a magnetic chuck and the like-.
'Los [cables] conductores de los circuitos de control están protegidos contra corto-circuitos por el ramal del circuito del del motor...donde la apertura del circuito de control crearía un peligro, como por ejemplo, el circuito de una mordaza magnética y afines.'
'Chuck*': "A clamp that holds a tool or the material being worked in a machine such as a lathe" [In this case is a magnetic chuck, a chuck that holds the work to be machined via an electromagnet].
Very familiar term to machine-shop operators.
*Also known in some Latin America countries as 'Mandril'.
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naMandril magnético
TransTeck (X)
naSee below
Ivan Sanchez
naSee below,
Ramón Solá
naplato magnético/electromagnético
Alba Mora


  

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2 hrs
plato magnético/electromagnético


Explanation:
dispositivo electromagnético


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Alba Mora
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6 hrs
See below,


Explanation:
Sujeción magnética/Placa magnética de sujeción...


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14 hrs
See below


Explanation:
-Conductors of control circuits are protected by the motor branch-circuit short-circuit.. where the opening of the control circuit would create a hazard, as for example, the control circuit of a magnetic chuck and the like-.
'Los [cables] conductores de los circuitos de control están protegidos contra corto-circuitos por el ramal del circuito del del motor...donde la apertura del circuito de control crearía un peligro, como por ejemplo, el circuito de una mordaza magnética y afines.'
'Chuck*': "A clamp that holds a tool or the material being worked in a machine such as a lathe" [In this case is a magnetic chuck, a chuck that holds the work to be machined via an electromagnet].
Very familiar term to machine-shop operators.
*Also known in some Latin America countries as 'Mandril'.
Luck!


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19 hrs
Mandril magnético


Explanation:
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