Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


After the pipe is cut this burr should be reamed out thoroughly.

The hole for the shaft has to be bored and reamed and the hub faced on both sides.

Where accuracy is necessary, holes must be reamed out to the required size.

Stock that is bent should always be straightened before the centers are drilled and reamed.

Each center is then drilled and reamed to the same radius x as near as possible.

Next, the hole is reamed with taper reamer q, the pilot of which is supported by bushing r.

When making these mills, they should be reamed out tapering from the rear to give clearance to the cutting edges.

The rim is turned and faced on both sides and the hub is bored, reamed and faced on both sides.

In this way the hole is reamed straight and to practically the same size as the reamer.

It is then reamed out to fit the work and used with emery and oil, the lathe running at about 300 feet per minute.