Pluma superior & Consigna (soldadura)

English translation: arm, horn

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Spanish term or phrase:Pluma superior & Consigna (soldadura)
English translation:arm, horn
Entered by: Albert Golub

05:41 Feb 18, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: Pluma superior & Consigna (soldadura)
1.
Pluma - Part of a welding machine:

I can't decide if it's jig, boom, cantilever, or simply arm.

2.
Consigna:

Relación entre presión utilizada-consigna-esfuerzo

Relationship between pressure used-????-force

3.
Tomas de señal en los bornes

Terminal signal sockets?
Lia Fail (X)
Spain
Local time: 11:41
arm, horn
Explanation:
eurodicautom gave me cantilever,fleche, volee, corne in french
then grandictionnaire for "bras" in french gave me arm, horn defined as the element of a welding machine "soudure par points et bossages"
hope it helps
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arm, horn


Explanation:
eurodicautom gave me cantilever,fleche, volee, corne in french
then grandictionnaire for "bras" in french gave me arm, horn defined as the element of a welding machine "soudure par points et bossages"
hope it helps

Albert Golub
Local time: 11:41
Native speaker of: French
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