The straight portion of rose bush between the canes and roots.
The portion of a fastener, which is slightly smaller than the fastener's mounting hole and provides a positive location for the fastener in the hole. A shank also incorporates an annular groove which becomes filled with panel material as the fastener is installed, and the retention of this material provides pushout resistance.
That portion of a bolt between the head and the threaded portion.
The cylindrical base of a doorknob, which seats in the collar or ferrule on the escutcheon/rosette.
the portion of the boot that is used as reinforcement for the wearer's arch. Most bootmakers today use a thin, precut strip of eighteen-gauge steel, which is glued, whipstitched, or tacked in place. Some bootmakers still prefer to use a forty- or sixty-penny nail for support.
n. 1 the part of a bit key between the bow and the stop; or, if there is no shoulder stop, the part between the bow and the near side of the bit, 2. a smaller diameter portion of a knob that is positioned between the larger portion of the knob and the rose or the door surface
The area or portion of the rootstock between the bud union and roots.
Also called a hitch bar or stinger. A shank is a removable portion of the hitch system that carries the ball or adjustable ball mount, and slides into the receiver.
The shank is that portion of a headed fastener which lies between the head and the extreme point.
a close fit in an aperture in the material, and tabs are deformed over to trap the fastener in the material
The bottom portion of a ring.
The cylindrical section of a bullet below the ogive. The shank usually defines the bearing surface, that is, the portion of the bullet that contacts the barrel.
The entire outer portion of a blind threaded insert excluding the head. The counterbore and the threads are both contained within the shank. Shank diameters are typically just under the minimum mounting hole diameter with a modest minus tolerance applied.
The part of the fastener body between the head and the threaded portion.
The projecting stem of a knob into which the spindle is fastened.
1. The part of a tool or instrument between the handle and the working part. 2. A straight narrow part between other parts. 3. An appendage on an object so that it is able to be fastened to another.
The non-flighted portion of the screw at the drive end.