Found mainly on drills and routers, the adjustable depth stop rod allows users to preset the depth of the hole to be drilled.
Adjustable fences easily allow the user to adjust the cutting tool to make angled cuts. Positive stops, also known as indexes, allow for easier setup.
A grille with linear blades which can be adjusted to vary the direction of the discharged air. The linear blades are normally either vertical or horizontal, or both horizontal and vertical.
Adjustable hook spanner wrench
Wrench with a hinged, hook-shaped section that can be fitted into the rectangular slots on the edges of a variety of nut sizes. With the hook securely held in the slot, the wrench head fits around the nut and can be used to exert torque on the nut.
Adjustable motor mount
The adjustable motor mount quickly adjusts belt tension and speed on belt drive bench top and stationary tools.
Pliers that have a tongue and groove joint or slot which allows the jaws to widen and grip different sized objects. The jaw opening is adjusted by opening the pliers fully and selecting the desired groove or hinge pin position.
Adjustable rate mortgage (arm)
Loans with a periodically adjustable interest rate, reflecting the changes in a specific financial index. ARMs are typically offered with 1, 3, or 5 year periods before the rate can change.
A power saw's shoe keeps the end of a saw in contact with the material being cut. An adjustable shoe allows for cutting in various positions.
Adjustable speed drive
An electronic device that controls the rotational speed of motor-driven equipment such as fans, pumps, and compressors. Speed control is achieved by adjusting the frequency of the voltage applied to the motor.
Wrench with a pair of jaws, one of which is movable by means of a screw adjuster. The wrench can be made to fit different sized fasteners.