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Work Holding and Tool Holding

Work Holding and Tool Holding

Work Holding and Tool Holding. Six degrees of freedom of a body/object in space Principle of work/tool holding (location and restraint) Example of work holding method. Six degrees of freedom. If we consider a body/object in space it is free to move in six directions as follows :

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