"He's going to drink it," screamed the mandril; "battery will fire a salvo;" and he seized two oranges from the sideboard.
The instruments are made of soft iron, and are fixed in leaden chucks, which can be readily fastened to one end of the mandril.
A child is employed to make them red-hot, and to lay them on a mandril nicely fitted to their size.
Find the pitch of the lead screw, and at the head of that column is the number of teeth for the lathe stud or mandril.
The mandril appeared to have quite forgotten his dislike of beggars.
Hollow work, as nuts and washers, may be equally operated on being driven by a mandril held in the chuck.
Before their eyes he made pipe—spirally wound around a mandril and line-welded to solidity.
"I'm glad for your sake, dear mandril, that you have fallen in with our views," said Slip.
"miner's pick," 1510s, of unknown origin; perhaps borrowed from French mandrin, itself of unknown origin. Also applied from 17c. to parts of a lathe or a circular saw.
mandrel man·drel or man·dril (mān'drəl)
A shaft on which a working tool is mounted, as in a dental drill.