Definition of Split pin. Meaning of Split pin. Synonyms of Split pin
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Definition of Split pin
Split pinSplit Split, a.
1. Divided; cleft.
2. (Bot.) Divided deeply; cleft.
Split pease, hulled pease split for making soup, etc.
Split pin (Mach.), a pin with one end split so that it may
be spread open to secure it in its place.
Split pulley, a parting pulley. See under Pulley.
Split ring, a ring with overlapped or interlocked ends
which may be sprung apart so that objects, as keys, may be
strung upon the ring or removed from it.
Split ticket, a ballot containing the names of only a
portion of the candidates regularly nominated by one
party, other names being substituted for those omitted.
Meaning of Split pin from wikipedia
- for split
pins used in stationery, see br**** fasteners. a split
pin, also known
in the united states
as a cotter
pin or cotter
key, is a metal
- the seating, thereby providing enough friction
to lift the stone. the split-pin lewis
to the chain-linked lewis
in that it uses a scissor-like
- a br**** fastener, brad, paper fastener
pin is a stationery
item used for securing multiple sheets
together. a patent
of the fastener
- the split
pin (54°11′s 36°35′w / 54.183°s 36.583°w / -54.183; -36.583coordinates: 54°11′s 36°35′w / 54.183°s 36.583°w / -54.183; -36.583) is a twin
- but is only partially threaded
with a cross-hole for a split
pin. the tang is a piece
that fits in the space within
and is held
- is rotated forward
to the nearest
slot. the nut is then secured
with a split
pin, r-clip or safety
wire. it is a positive locking
- of positive locking
devices: a split
beam nut and a split
pin a castellated
nut and a split
pin a hex nut or cap **** and a tab washer
a hex nut or
- pins and spirally coiled spring
pin petroski, henry, 'from pins to paper
clips', the evolution