Clamped

Some articles on clamped:

C-clamp - Usage - Woodworking
... on the size of the clamp) can cause indentations and marring of the surfaces being clamped ... the flat edges of the frame and with the items being clamped, this allows the scrap wood to receive the damage from the clamping, while dispersing the clamping force across ...
Exothermic Welding - Process
... A two or three piece hardened sand mould is clamped around the rail ends, and a torch of suitable heat capacity is used to preheat the ends of the rail and. 2 cubic centimetres (0.12 cu in) and the mould is lightly clamped to the side of the rail, also holding a signal wire in place ... sand mould is heavy and bulky, must be securely clamped in a very specific position and then subjected to intense heat for several minutes before firing the charge ...
Bell (instrument) - Bellmaking - Casting
... originally made with the lost wax process but large bells are cast mouth down, in a two-part mould clamped to a base-plate ... The case is inverted (mouth down), lowered over the core and clamped to the base plate ... The clamped mould is supported, usually by being buried in a casting pit to bear the weight of metal and to allow even cooling ...
Motorcycle Fork - Variations - Telescopic
... the fork stanchions are at the top, clamped to a triple tree(US), (called a yoke in UK), and the sliders are at the bottom, attached to the front wheel spindle. ... is inverted, with "sliders" (complete with the spring/damper unit) at the top, clamped to the yoke, while the stanchions are at the bottom ... and rigidity of the assembly by having the strong large-diameter "sliders" clamped in the yokes ...
Silver Mica Capacitor - Types - Clamped Mica Capacitors
... They consisted of sheets of mica and copper foil sandwiched together and clamped ... These had even worse tolerance and stability than other clamped capacitors since the mica surface is not perfectly flat smooth ...