The portion of an asphalt shingle that is outlined by the cutouts.
The table is the work surface that supports the workpiece.
Table bevel lock
The table bevel lock locks the table into position while the workpiece is drilled or cut.
A work table with an adjustable circular saw blade protruding through and opening in the surface.
Table saw guide master
Used primarily as a push shoe, the table saw guide master helps adjust the table saw blade to various angles.
The table support rides on the column and supports the table.
Most disc sander tables tilt 45 degrees to allow for bevel sanding. On most units, the belt table tilts and locks to any angle between 0 degrees and 90 degrees.
Generally used in the flooring and coating industries. It is an abrasion test done to measure the hardiness of a finish. The tabor rating is based on the number of revolutions a sanding disk with a specified force or weight applied to it takes to penetrate the underlying material. A greater number of revolutions equals increased wear resistance.
A device that measures rotational speed in revolutions per second.
An application of asphalt onto an existing paved surface that is to receive a new coat of asphalt. The tack coat bonds the new coat to the existing surface.