Definition of Bushings

1. Noun. (plural of bushing) ¹



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Definition of Bushings

1. bushing [n] - See also: bushing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bushings

bushfires
bushfood
bushfoods
bushgoat
bushgoats
bushhammer
bushido
bushidos
bushier
bushies
bushiest
bushily
bushiness
bushinesses
bushing
bushings (current term)
bushland
bushlands
bushless
bushlike
bushlip
bushlips
bushmakinite
bushman
bushman's poison
bushmanship
bushmaster
bushmasters
bushmeat
bushmeats

Literary usage of Bushings

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1. Jig and Fixture Design: A Treatise Covering the Principles of Jig and by Franklin Day Jones (1920)
"Dimensions of Stationary Jig bushings. — Standard dimensions for jig bushings, applicable under all circumstances, cannot be given, as these depend, ..."

2. Jigs and Fixtures: A Reference Book Showing Many Types of Jigs and Fixtures by Fred Herbert Colvin, Lucian Levant Haas (1913)
"46 shows the standard design of stationary jig bushings that are universally ... The length of bushings should be equal to twice the diameter of the drill. ..."

3. American Machinists' Handbook and Dictionary of Shop Terms: A Reference Book by Fred Herbert Colvin, Frank Arthur Stanley (1914)
"... DRAWING ROOM STANDARDS STANDARD JIG PARTS Drill bushings WHEN drilling and reaming operations are to be performed in .he same jig, two slip bushings, ..."

4. The Gasoline Automobile by Peter Martin Heldt (1912)
"Bearing bushings—There are two types of bearing bushings used in crank cases, namely, integral bushings and split bushings. ..."

5. Ford Methods and the Ford Shops by Horace Lucian Arnold, Fay Leone Faurote (1915)
"CHAPTER XI THE bushings JOB A "BUSHING" is a hollow cylinder, more commonly of brass or "bronze" but often of steel and sometimes of tool-steel. ..."

6. Tool Making: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Making Tools, Jigs, and by Edward Russell Markham, American Technical Society (1919)
"bushings. bushings of hardened tool steel are made as a permanent guide for the ... There are various forms of bushings; the plain straight form, Fig. ..."

7. Automobile Engineering: A General Reference Work by American Technical Society (1921)
"The late Fords are equipped with steel bushings in the springs, which require no reaming. NEW BUSHING \ Fig. 44. Replacing Spring bushings ..."

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