The horizontal line, visible on most tables, that divides both sides of the table into equal halves.
The middle line on a control chart or time plot. It represents either the average or median value of the data.
The vertical distance between the center of the drive chuck and the ground plane.
The vertical line running from the center of the bridge between the fingerholes through the center of the thumbhole.
An imaginary line running through the center of a part along its axis, e.g., the centerline of a crankshaft running from front-to-back directly through the center of the main-bearing journals.
a line that bisects a plane figure
The imaginary line that extends along the ground directly over the line to be traced. Also, the center of the display that indicates the locator is to the left or right of the line.
Line running lengthwise down the center of the sheet
The centerline is the Y=0 location on the coordinate system. It defines the global symmetry plane for the boat.
The imaginary line down the center of a thing.
The vertical line between the fingers and through the middle of the thumb.
The center of the boat: from the stern to the bow.
The dissecting line through the center of an object, such as a sink.
An imaginary vertical line bisecting the opponent's head evenly between the eyes.
To bore align. To blueprint. The axis of an object. Same as intake centerline when referring to a camshaft. A line indicating the exact center.
A line of symmetry along the axis of an object.
The geometric center of the suspension defined by a line that runs the length of the vehicle and bisects the midpoints of the front and rear axles. Used as a reference line in alignment for measuring toe and thrust angle.
A layout line drawn at the center of the thickness, width, or length of a workpiece and sometimes marked with the CL symbol. Typically, the centerline marking is used without an accompanying dimensional measurement.
The middle line of the ship, extending from stem to stern at any level.
Drawing line through the center of an object.