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A cornice brake only allows for simple bends and creases, while a box-and-pan brake also allows one to form box and pan shapes.
This is a simplified brake, usually much smaller than cornice or box-and-pan brakes.
Typically, a single handle both clamps the workpiece and makes the bend, in a single motion, but the depth is usually much less than what a cornice or box-and-pan brake can handle.

brake and clamping
The brake consists of a flat surface onto which the material is placed, and a clamping bar which will come down and hold the material firmly during the bend.
A cornice brake has a solid clamping bar, the full width of the machine ; thus, it can only make straight bends, the entire width of the workpiece.
When the driver releases the foot brake pedal, the k2 clutch pack increases the clamping force, allowing the second gear to take up the drive through an increase of the ' bite point ', and therefore transferring the torque from the engine through the transmission to the drive shafts and road wheels — and the vehicle moves forward.

brake and bar
Bill Roeseler, a Boeing aerodynamicist, and his son Cory Roeseler patented the " KiteSki " system which consisted of water skis powered by a two line delta style kite controlled via a bar mounted combined winch / brake.
The kit includes roll bar, sports radiator, oil cooler kit, tow hooks, and racing brake pads, and was only available for the Type S ( high power ) model.
Optional equipment included Metallic brake linings and a heavy duty suspension consisting of a front anti-roll bar, rear axle limit straps, revised spring rates and recalibrated shock absorbers.
Some improvised descenders include the Munter hitch, a carabiner wrap, the basic crossed-carabiner brake and the piton bar brake ( sometimes called the carabiner and piton ).
The gearbox featured a regenerative steering system that was controlled by a tiller bar instead of the more commonplace brake levers or a steering wheel.
This line passes through the bar and is attached to a wrist leash via a cleat to lock the brake off until the bar is dropped.
The wagon had the same front style as the coupe and sedan — the only difference being that it lacked the four round brake lights that had been a consistent element of Skyline design ( except for the R31 series one / two which had rectangular taillights with a solid bar through the centre which was also shared by the Pintara ).
A double brake system includes hydraulic disk brakes on the roadwheels, and the suspension is a torsion bar.
: Lift the leg over the bar, grab the brake, spin around, then grab the seat and start squeaking back.
The wire wheels were preferred in 1981 because they were lighter than the then cast wheels with slightly wider rims, because the rear tyre width was limited by the rear brake caliper stay bar.
Husqvarna models also incorporate a link between the top handle and the chain brake trigger, applying the brake if the saw's bar is forced suddenly upwards.
The chain brake may also be of use when sharpening a chain on a bar, as it allows robust filing to take place without the chain slipping about.

brake and includes
Safety equipment includes front airbags with side curtain airbags and front passenger side airbags ( for a total of six airbags ) and brake assist that detects panic-braking situations and applies maximum braking force more quickly.
and includes upgraded brake pads, a 3. 16: 1 final drive ratio ( compared to the standard 2. 77: 1 ), recalibrated electronic power steering, further suspension tuning, a recalibrated ESC ( Electronic Stability Control ) with sport mode and summer compound Goodyear Eagle F1 245 / 45ZR20 tires.
One end of a brake housing is tight-terminated in an end cap or ferrule that makes a loose fit within a barrel adjuster, and the other in any of a variety of fittings that includes end caps, or parts to effect a smooth change of direction.
* Accessories: this includes cigarette lighter outlet, radio / CD player, ignition switch, cabin fan and heater, speedometer, horn, turn signals, automotive lighting ( headlamps and stop and backup lamps ), door switch, seat belt, brake alarms, power windows and windshield wiper.
* The master cylinder (" brake doseur valve ") on Citroëns includes specific solutions that take advantage of the hydropneumatic suspension, e. g. the pressure for rear braking is taken directly from the rear suspension ( they are hydraulically connected ).
Optional equipment includes carbon-fiber ceramic brake discs, a tubular interior roll cage, 4-point safety belts and fire extinguisher, satellite navigation, with Bluetooth connection for mobile phones, an anti-theft system, and a lifting system that raises the front axle.
Standard safety equipment includes Mercedes ' Tele Aid system, anti-lock brakes, brake assist, electronic stability control and side-curtain airbags.
Rheinmetall designed the 155 mm 52-calibre JBMOU compliant gun, which is chromium-lined for its entire 8 metre length and includes a muzzle brake on the end.
The pit strategy does not just include a schedule of when pit stops will happen ; it also includes what service and adjustments are scheduled for each pit stop, particularly in endurance racing, where scheduled changes of wear-limited parts such as brake pads may be planned for specific points during the race.
Braking hardware includes full brake kits including calipers, rotors and stainless steel braided brake lines.
Former British Railways rolling stock owned by the railway includes a PMV van and a BR standard brake van.
The modified target version includes an 18 inch bull barrel, a muzzle brake, a laminated wood silhouette style stock, and a scope with an illuminated reticle, in addition to internal modifications of the trigger group to improve the firing characteristics.
It includes chrome air-exhaust vents in the front fenders, a new polished wheel design, silver-finished brake calipers, and chrome door handles.
The Tundra also includes as standard: an electronic automatic limited-slip differential ( Auto LSD ), Vehicle Stability Control, traction control, electronic brakeforce distribution, brake assist, anti-lock brakes and tailgate assist.
The advantage is a reduction in the unsprung weight of the wheel hubs, as this no longer includes the brake discs and calipers.
Changes includes dropping the drum brake at the front and replacing with a disc, bigger forks, revised graphics, a revised rear shock, revised CDI and, in the case of the 200, a new swingarm.
* Tire & Braking Segment includes motion solutions for anti-lock brake systems, electric parking brake, 4WD transfer case and air pump
Average daily production includes 45, 000 electronic brake systems, 136, 000 brake calipers, 163, 000 wheel speed sensors, 27, 000 airbag components and 72, 000 body electronic modules.
Ahead of its time in terms of design for pedestrian safety, the HR-V seats four people and includes modern safety features such as ABS brakes with EBD ( electronic brakeforce distribution ), dual SRS ( supplemental restraint system ) airbags, as well as other features such as electric mirrors, electric windows, folding rear seats, power steering, heat absorbing windows, air conditioning, front fog lights and a rear spoiler housing an LED brake light array.

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The friction brake was adjusted according to a rower's weight to give an accurate appraisal of boat-moving ability ( drag on a boat is proportional to weight ). Inferior copies of Harrison's machine were produced in several countries utilising a smaller flywheel and leather straps-unfortunately the leather straps were sensitive to humidity, and the relatively large braking area made results far less accurate than Harrison's machine.
One brake may use several principles: for example, a pump may pass fluid through an orifice to create friction:
The Edsel offered several innovative features, among which were its " rolling dome " speedometer, warning lights for such conditions as low oil level, parking brake engaged, and engine overheating, as well as its Push-button Teletouch transmission shifting system in the center of the steering wheel ( a conventional column-shift automatic was also available at less cost ).
There have been various types of brake used throughout history, and several are still in use today.
In North America, WABCO supplied HSC ( High Speed Control ) brake equipment for several post-World War II streamlined passenger trains.
On unfitted trains, the brake van has several purposes, and hence jobs for the guard.
ABS brake traction control has several advantages over limited-slip and locking differentials, such as steering control of a vehicle is easier, so the system can be continuously enabled.
In the Auto setting, the suspension was switched from soft to firm mode temporarily when a speed-dependent threshold in accelerator pedal movement, brake pressure, steering wheel angle, or body movement was detected by one of several sensors.
Being a rather heavy car, after several panic stops, the brake drums would overheat, resulting in considerable fade and long stopping distances.
Renault remained in complete control of his company until 1942, dealing with its rapid expansion while designing several new inventions, most of which are still in use today, such as hydraulic shock absorbers, the modern drum brake, compressed gas ignition, the turbocharger,
With the series of recall campaigns, Audi made several modifications ; the first adjusted the distance between the brake and accelerator pedal on automatic-transmission models.
On trains, the expression emergency brake has several meanings:
In his essay entitled The Moses of Michelangelo, the Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud, along with several well-respected experts, associates this work with the first set of Tables described in Exodus 32: ( 19 ) “ And it came to pass, as soon as he came nigh unto the camp, that he saw the calf, and the dancing: and Moses ' anger waxed hot, and he cast the tables out of his hands, and brake them beneath the mount .”
A typical HTD contains several lights indicating telemetry status and rear end movement, along with a digital readout of the brake line pressure from the FRED.
Crossfield made a perfect approach and touchdown, but was unable to bring the unpowered aircraft to a halt in a safe distance, and was forced to use the wall of the NACA hangar as a makeshift brake after narrowly missing several parked experimental aircraft.
Shooting-brake, shooting brake or shooting break is a term for a car body style that has evolved through several distinct meanings over its history.
BRV has constructed several functional motors using the rotary valve technology, such as a Honda CRF 450, which had greater torque at both low ( 17 % increase ) and high ( 9 % increase ) engine speeds, and also produced more brake horsepower up to around 30 % more at functional engine speeds.
It has several safety features including antilock brakes and electronic brake force distribution for driving in bad weather.
The incline cable passed round the drum several times to ensure there was sufficient friction for the brake to slow the rotation of the drum – and therefore the wagons – without the cable slipping.
After that, she completed brake and speed tests on a run to Bristol and soon after made her official return to mainline working on Saturday 1 December 2007 on a charter from London Kings Cross to York, and since then has hauled several more ' Railtours ' around Britain.
After a mid-course brake run, the train travels over several small bunny hops before entering a tunnel.
The MB5 also had several features normally found on bigger bikes: a speedometer, a tachometer ( with a redline of 10, 500 rpm ), front disc brake, and Honda's Comstar wheels.
Arguably, the most notorious of these was a serious incident on January 19, 1983, in which a tractor trailer after a brake failure collided with four cars at the Stratford toll plaza, killing seven people and injuring several others.
DOT 4 is one of several designations of automotive brake fluid, denoting a particular mixture of chemicals imparting specified ranges of boiling point.

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