A tool for forming an internal screw, as in a nut, consisting of a hardened steel male screw grooved longitudinally so as to have cutting edges.
To form an internal screw in (anything) by means of a tool called a tap; as, to tap a nut, a pipe, or tubing.
Cutting tool used to make internal threads.
Instrument used to cut threads into the bone for a bone screw.
Referring to either threading of a hole or to the port in a chamber designed to take pressure measurements.
a tool for cutting female (internal) screw threads
cut a female screw thread with a tap
Is the process by witch threads are created in a hole. A tap looks like a cross between a drill bit and a screw. The size of the hole must match the size of the desired tap size. The correct hole size can be found on a chart or on the drill and tap holder in the Design Studio. In the example of the clock: the Upright comes with two 0.123" diameter holes towards the bottom. A 0.123" diameter holes is the size that is needed when you create threads using a 8-32 tap.
in A short putt to hit the ball into the hole.
A cutting tool for forming a female thread inside a hole. Also the process of cutting threads.
to machine a female screw thread into metal
A screw for cutting a thread in a nut.
The tool used to create internal threads in a hole or the act of creating such threads. See also Bottom Tap, and Starter Tap.
To cut threads in a hole with a rotating tool called a "tap", having threads on it and fluted to give cutting edges.
To cut threads in a round hole so that other fittings or equipment can be screwed into the hole. Also to make an opening in a vessel or pipe.
(n or v) The machine tool used to make threads in holes. A drill bit (the tap drill), approximately equal to the diameter of the crest, is used to make a hole in metal before tapping an internal thread. The term is also used to describe the process of creating the threads.
A tool used to cut internal threads in a fastener or fitting.
a tool for cutting an internal thread in a drilled hole.