DME Helical Gear Centering Devices contain a double-helical gear shaft with a left-hand thread on one end, a right-hand thread on the other and two mating nuts that fit on the corresponding threads.
What does LHT stand for?
LHT stands for Left-Hand Thread (bulbs)
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- Lateral Hypothalamic Self-Stimulation (physiological psychology)
- Lindy Hop Swing Society (St. Louis, MO)
- Lutheran High School South (St. Louis, MO)
- Logan High School Student Council (Logan, WV)
- Lord Howe Standard Time (time zone; Australia)
- Lucas Heights Science and Technology Centre (New South Wales, Australia)
- Lifetime Human Service and Treatment Record
- Lions Health Screening Unit (Northwest Lions Foundation; Seattle, WA)
- Liquid Hourly Space Velocity
- Laurel Hill Tunnel (Pennsylvania)
- Life, Hope & Truth
- Lift Heavy Things (workout routine)
- Lighthouse Trails Research (spirituality blog)
- Living Heritage Trust (Colombo, Sri Lanka)
- Long Haul Terminal (Alcatel)
- Long Haul Transmission
- Long Haul Trucker (bicycle)
- Long Holding Time
- Lord High Treasurer
- Los Hermanos Taverna (Spanish: The Brothers Taverna)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The choke tubes are cut with a left-hand thread without any reference to that fact in the early owners' manuals whatsoever.
The Ross, unlike almost all other rifles, has a left-hand thread on the barrel.
Negative inclination shims are also available so you can turn left-hand threads using right-handed tools, or vice versa.
The advantage in using right-hand tools for right-hand threads and left-hand tools for left-hand threads, is that the holder is designed to give maximum support to the insert.
Another aspect of thread milling to consider is the issue of right-hand and left-hand threads.
In operation, the collar on the spindle is easily rotated by hand in a clockwise direction to mate with an Acme left-hand thread on the toolholder body.