slide rest

slide rest
noun
: an attachment for a machine tool (as a lathe or planing machine) designed to hold the tool or cutter firmly and to give it motion — compare feed screw

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slide rest noun (engineering)
An apparatus for carrying the cutting tool of a lathe, etc
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Main Entry:slide

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slide rest,
an appliance for holding tools in turning, enabling them to be held in different ways in relation to the material worked on: »

Control of the cutting tool was taken from the skilled hands of the turner and put into a…slide rest (Scientific American).


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