What do you mean by clamp?
Definition of clamp (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a device designed to bind or constrict or to press two or more parts together so as to hold them firmly. 2 : any of various instruments or appliances having parts brought together for holding or compressing something. clamp. verb.
What is clamp in surgery?
[klamp] a surgical device for compressing a part or structure.
What is the synonym of clamp?
buckle. nounfastener with long pin. catch. clamp. clasp.
What does clamping mean in the UK?
[ T ] mainly UK. (US boot) If the police or another person in authority clamps a vehicle, they fix a metal device to one of its wheels, usually because it is parked illegally. The device is usually only removed when the owner pays an amount of money: When I finally got back, I found my car had been clamped.
What does clamps mean in media?
C.L.A.M.P.S stands for the following: ● Costume ● Lighting ● Action/Actors ● Make-up & Hair ● Props ● Setting. 3. Costume Some costumes can be absolutely ridiculous, and some can be considered pretty ‘normal’. It all depends on the character and/or setting. (possibly how much the stylists hate you too…)
How long can an artery be clamped?
The extent of damage caused by vascular clamps is partly time-dependent, being less for 15 min than for 30 min of clamping, but not significantly increasing for durations greater than 30 min.
What is the type of clamp?
Screw clamps are types which use a screw mechanism to adjust the jaws and clamp a workpiece in place. The types which are found in the screw clamp category include G clamps (also known as C clamps), F clamps, edging clamps, wooden hand screw clamps and rack clamps.
What is the opposite of clamp?
Opposite of to fasten or fix securely in place. loose. loosen. unfasten. unfix.
Do not clamp means?
To indicate the sides of a transport package that the item shall not be clamed from these sides when handling the package by mechanized means.
What is type of clamp?
There are many different types of clamps, with each type serving a specific purpose. Cable clamps hold cables or cords together and secure them. Hose clamps hold hoses on the ends of pipe spuds. Hand clamps hold workpieces secure for various work operations.
Is clamping illegal UK?
Wheel-clampers have been outlawed from clamping vehicles on private land under new legislation in England and Wales. The Protection of Freedoms Act makes it an offence to clamp on private land.
When did clamping become illegal UK?
1 October 2012
From Monday (1 October 2012) motorists will be given greater rights as new laws banning wheel clamping and towing take effect. It will be an offence to clamp, tow, block-in or immobilise a vehicle without lawful authority on private land under the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012.
What is a clamp in anime?
CLAMP (クランプ, Kuranpu) is an all-female Japanese mangaka group which has earned the title of the “Queens of Shojo”. They have a very sadistic style which could be interpreted as manga for adult people, but also varying the themes of their series, from childish and comedic to dramatic, tragedy and teen-rated.
What is the difference between a clip and a clamp?
A clip is a fastener ( it could be used to tie your hair or fasten/clasp your timepiece ). A clamp is a surgical instrument. I think there is another device called “a clamp” but I am not too sure. A clip is a fastener ( it could be used to tie your hair or fasten/clasp your timepiece ).
What is the definition of Clamp in science?
Definition of clamp. (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a device designed to bind or constrict or to press two or more parts together so as to hold them firmly. 2 : any of various instruments or appliances having parts brought together for holding or compressing something. clamp.
What is a clinch clamp?
clamp- a device (generally used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together clinch bench clamp- a clamp used to hold work in place on a workbench
What is a metal clamp used for?
Metalworking: For applications such as welding, grinding, or manufacturing, a clamp is an ideal tool to use to hold metals of all types, including steel, iron, aluminum, and Copper.