Device that produces a stream of air through a narrow tube when its sides are pressed together. It draws air through a on-way valve into a flexible chamber and then, when the sides are pressed, forces the air out.
Narrow, horizontal, decorative brick course which projects slightly from the rest of the masonry, such as with window sills.
With belt drive table saws, it is easier to repair or replace the motor than with a direct drive saw. Belt drive saws also allow a greater depth of cut up to 3-3/8 inches with a 10 inch blade-than direct drive table saws.
The belt guard covers the pulleys and belts of a stationary or bench top tool to protect the user from accidental injury.
Type of power sander that quickly produces a smooth flat surface from its continuous revolving abrasive belt. A flat metal shoe holds the belt against the substance being sanded.
Belt tension lock handle
The belt tension lock handle can be found on many table saw models. It locks the motor bracket support in place to maintain correct belt distance and tension.
A summer house on a height or an upper-story open-roofed gallery designed to give a view of the scenery.
A parlor, inner room, or the second room of a two-room cottage.
(1) Shelf of rock surrounded by steep areas. (2) A work surface. (3) An elevator in a mine. (4) A long seating surface.
A pin or bolt placed in a hole on a work surface to hold the work in place.