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English to French translations [PRO] Engineering (general)
English term or phrase:bare tang
Lathe Safety Cont.
Always double check to make sure your work is securely clamped in the chuck or between centers before starting the lathe.
Start the lathe at low speed and increase the speed gradually.
Get in the habit of removing the chuck key immediately after use.
Keep your fingers clear of the rotating work and cutting tools.
Avoid reaching over the spinning chuck.
If polishing a work piece with abrasive cloth, do not hold both ends of the abrasive cloth together in either one hand or both.
Never use a file with a bare tang.
Shut off the power supply to the motor before mounting or removing accessories.
Stop lathe before taking measurements of any kind.
La poignée de lime 22-311 de Stanley s'utilise facilement et de manière sécuritaire avec votre lime ; vous n'avez pas à vous inquiéter des blessures ou d'une soie nue. La poignée maintient fermement la lime et de manière sécuritaire pendant les utilisations les plus intensives et sa forme ergonomique offre plus de confort ...
...but that's a CA site, so almost certainly translated EN > FR, so may not be reliable.
'soie' is certainly OK, but not sure how 'bare' is correctly expressed — on the face of it 'nue' appears correct, but perhaps there is a more standrad technical term?
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