the sander is clamped onto the edge of a workbench
Fasten (two things) firmly together
the two frames are clamped together
Hold (something) tightly against or in another thing
Maggie had to clamp a hand over her mouth to stop herself from laughing
Maintain the voltage limits of (an electrical signal) at prescribed values
A brace, band, or clasp used for strengthening or holding things together
An electric circuit that serves to maintain the voltage limits of a signal at prescribed levels
a device (generally used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together
fasten or fix with a clamp; "clamp the chair together until the glue has hardened"
impose or inflict forcefully; "The military government clamped a curfew onto the capital"
A clamper is an electronic circuit that prevents a signal from exceeding a certain defined magnitude by shifting its DC value. The clamper does not restrict the peak-to-peak excursion of the signal, but moves it up or down by a fixed value. ...
A clamp is a fastening device to hold or secure objects tightly together to prevent movement or separation through the application of inward pressure. ...
An A-clamp or yoke is a type of clamp very often used to make a pressure-tight high-pressure fastening in scuba gear. ...
(Clamping) A wheel clamp (American English: Denver boot or wheel boot) is a device that is designed to prevent vehicles from moving. In its most common form, it consists of a clamp which surrounds a vehicle wheel, designed to prevent removal of both itself and the wheel. ...
(Clamping (graphics)) In computer graphics, clamping is the process of limiting a position to an area. Unlike wrapping, clamping merely moves the point to the nearest available value. ...
A brace, band, or clasp for strengthening or holding things together; To fasten in place or together with (or as if with) a clamp; To hold or grip tightly; To modify a numeric value so it lies within a specific range
(Clamping) Occurs when a defending player places the head of his/her stick over the top of an offensive player’s stick.
(Clamping (DC)) The circuit or process that restores the DC component of a signal. A video clamp circuit, usually triggered by horizontal synchronizing pulses, re-establishes a fixed DC reference level for the video signal. ...
(Clamping) An Extreme Uli performed using a cable clamp rather than a hose clamp.
(Clamping) On the face-off, a player pushes the back of his stick down on the ball in the attempt to gain control of it.
(Clamping) The process of restoring a DC reference level which was removed to make an AC coupled signal. Without a known DC reference level, a video waveform can't be digitized correctly.
(Clamping) using mechanical devices for shaping trunks and branches.
Clamping occurs when the baby controls the flow of milk by closing his gums on the nipple. Some babies do a clampdown bite, which can be painful and interfere with nursing. ...
(CLAMPS) Thick planks on the inside of vessels, to support the ends of beams. Also, crooked plates of iron fore-locked upon the trunnions of cannon. Any plate of iron made to turn, open, and shut so as to confine a spar or boom, as, a studdingsail boom, or a boat's mast.
(Clamps (Cramps, Hold-fasts)) Screw devices used for holding veneer and marquetry assemblies while they are being glued down onto the base or ground wood. They are also called G-clamps, C-clamps, strap clamps and so on. ...
(Clamps) Plastic Trends purchases stainless steel clamps for use with saddle tees and wyes.
(clamps) piles of straw or peat under which potatoes are grown.
A face-off maneuver executed by quickly pushing the back of the stick on top of the ball.
A metal prong or claw on a gemstone setting. Also called a cramp.
Surgical tool designer to 'clamp' or hold tissue during certain piercing procedures.
Used to hold skin taut and support it during a piercing
A video processing circuit that removes the energy dispersal signal component from the video waveform.