Mandred vs Mandrel - What's the difference?

mandred | mandrel |


As nouns the difference between mandred and mandrel

is that mandred is while mandrel is an object used as an aid for shaping a material, eg bending a pipe without creasing or kinking it.

mandred

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mandrel

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Noun

(en noun)
  • An object used as an aid for shaping a material, e.g. bending a pipe without creasing or kinking it.
  • A tool or component of a tool that grips]] or [[clamp, clamps something, such as a workpiece to be machined, a machining tool or a part while it is moved.
  • * 1920 , Lester Gray French, Machinery , Volume 26, page 491,
  • This socket forms the starting point of the piercing operation, enabling the mandrel to center itself on the work.
  • * 1961 , Robert Sprenkle, David Ledet, The Art of Oboe Playing , page 46,
  • When inserted into the staple, the outside of the mandrel should fit the inside of the staple exactly.

    Synonyms

    * spindle, arbor

    Coordinate terms

    * chuck