(1) The connector end of the fishing bell. Located at the downhole end of the survey cable. The head consists of insulated electrical connectors or pins and a threaded connector which will attach to various downhole instruments. (2) The threaded connector end(s) of downhole logging instruments.
The closed end of the cigar opposite from the end one lights. Homogenized Binder - Binder made of chopped tobacco leaf and cellulose; used most often in machine production and to facilitate the burn of certain products.
The difference in water level at either end of a strait, channel, inlet, etc.
End of the match that is lighted. Also called Match Head.
The end section of an extruder in which the plastic melt is transferred to the cable.
The box at one end of a snake cable where there are multiple inputs and possibly outputs.
The closed end of a fine cigar, before you cut and light it at the foot. You should always draw on a cigar through the head.
The enlarged back end of a punch or button which ensures that the component is not pulled out of its retainer.
The top of the cigar (the end you smoke).
The end of a stone which has been tooled to match the face of the stone. Heads are used at outside corners, windows, door jambs or any place where the veneering will be visible from the side.
The end of the cigar that is placed in the mouth.
the end of a stone that has been tooled to march the face of the stone. Heads are used at outside corners, windows, doorjambs, or any place where the veneering will be visible from the side. [Go to source
A mechanical feature present on all blind threaded inserts at the opposite end of the counterbore from the threads. The function of the head is to prevent the insert from completely entering the mounting hole in the panel. After the bulb is formed, the insert is restrained from axial motion relative to the panel by the head in one direction and by the bulb in the opposite direction. Heads come in various styles including flat, low profile and countersunk.
The end of the cigar that is clipped and put into the mouth.
The capped end of the cigar that you put into your mouth.
The component which forms the end of the compression chamber of the engine
The closed end of the cigar; the end you smoke.
The end section of a blow moulding machine (in a general extruder) in which the melt is transformed into a hollow parison.