Dead-stroke hammer
Dead-stroke Dead"-stroke`, a. (Mech.) Making a stroke without recoil; deadbeat. [1913 Webster]

{Dead-stroke hammer} (Mach.), a power hammer having a spring interposed between the driving mechanism and the hammer head, or helve, to lessen the recoil of the hammer and reduce the shock upon the mechanism. [1913 Webster]


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  • dead-stroke hammer — noun : a power hammer having a spring interposed between the driving mechanism and the hammerhead or helve to lessen the recoil and reduce the shock …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dead-stroke — a. (Mech.) Making a stroke without recoil; deadbeat. [1913 Webster] {Dead stroke hammer} (Mach.), a power hammer having a spring interposed between the driving mechanism and the hammer head, or helve, to lessen the recoil of the hammer and reduc …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dead stroke — dead stroke, a stroke in power hammers in which the hammer is not instantly withdrawn after striking and the blow is inelastic in effect …   Useful english dictionary

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