The long, round, slender rod or pin in spinning wheels by which the thread is twisted, and on which, when twisted, it is wound; also, the pin on which the bobbin is held in a spinning machine, or in the shuttle of a loom.
A slender rod or pin on which anything turns; an axis; as, the spindle of a vane.
The vertical rod on which the runner of a grinding mill turns.
A long and slender stalk resembling a spindle.
To shoot or grow into a long, slender stalk or body; to become disproportionately tall and slender.
The rod connecting the disc to the lever on a valve.( 055)
A square steel rod connecting two doorknobs through the latch. The spindle can be threaded or have holes in its side, depending on what type of knob it's used with. Old spindles (and our spindles) are usually 9/32" (7mm). New spindles are often 8mm (slightly larger). Threaded spindles can be 16tpi (threads per inch), 18tpi or 20tpi. Most new spindles, including ours, are 20tpi.
A metal rod or wooden stick for holding SPOOLS, CHEESES, or BOBBINS on such machines as SPINNER FRAMES, WARPING MACHINES, and WINDERS.
n. a component which transfers rotary motion from outside a lock or latch case to an inner mechanism
a turned wooden element, often used in screens, stair railings and porch trim.
a where your body is turning in the direction opposite your Circle
a wooden rod, tapering toward the ends, usually with a notch (hook) at one end
The metal rod that runs through a mortise or tubular latch, with a door knob or lever on each end. When the knob or lever is turned, it activates the latch, which opens or closes the door.
The center, rod-like axle on which the disks are mounted.
A slender baluster (a baluster is a turned and shaped column, which swells out in the lower half) often used in rows (e.g. in the back of a Windsor chair).
A long, slim metal bar ornamented variously with twists, turnings. upsets and incisings.
Small circular section rod, with turned decoration in the form of round grooves or moulds and with taped ends.
Bar which connects knobs or levers through the door and operates the lock mechanism. Usually a cylindrical shaped tumbler which is often flat on both ends and is installed directly under a coil spring in the spring stack.
A narrow, turned piece of wood.
The piece of hardware which attached two knobs through a door. Comes in different lengths to accommodate different door thicknesses. Threading type determines what kind of knob will fit onto the spindle.
A slender, cylindrical chair part that supports the back and arm-rest bows of Windsor chairs. Some authorities say that all spindles are turned (never shaved) but others disagree. Also, a vertical member mortised between horizontal rails in the back-rest of some post-and-rung chairs.
A metal bar extending from a knob or lever into the locking or latch mechanism, allowing the knob or lever to operate the bolt.
A notched stick used for spinning fibers into thread by hand; a pin or rod holding a bobbin or spool upon which thread is wound on a spinning wheel
A slender turned and shaped column, which often swells out in the lower half and is usually used in rows such as the back of a Windsor chair.
the square bar inserted through a latch which connects the handles on either side of the door.
The bar or tube connected with the knob or lever handle that passes through the hub of the lock or otherwise engages the mechanism to transmit the knob action to the bolt(s).
Turned wood lengths, for example, used in a vertical series for a chair back.
A thin turned member, often tapered or molded, used in chairbacks.
Slender wooden, shaped cylinder, such as a newel post.