Definition of Circular plane
1. Noun. A plane with a flexible face that can plane concave or convex surfaces.
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Literary usage of Circular plane
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1. Cyclopedia of Civil Engineering: A General Reference Work on Surveying by American Technical Society (1916)
"... which is the shadow of the given circular plane on Y. A similar construction is followed for finding the shadow on V of a circular plane parallel to II. ..."
2. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette (1832)
"F is a circular plane, revolving on a shaft or pivot G, and supported by the main-shaft ... The oblique position of this circular plane, it will be seen, ..."
3. Modern Shop Practice: A General Reference Work by Howard Monroe Raymond, American Technical Society (1917)
"circular plane. For truing and smoothing circular arcs and curves of all kinds, either convex or concave, there is no tool that equals the circular plane, ..."
4. Free-hand Perspective: For Use in Manual-training Schools and Colleges by Victor Tyson Wilson (1908)
"The real condition is that a plane passed through the minor axis of the ellipse and the xis of the circular plane also passes through the station- point, ..."
5. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1903)
"Adjustable circular plane.—The plane shown in Fig. 24 differs from the ordinary form of smooth plane in FIG. 84. that the sole is not rigid but is made of a ..."
6. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1873)
"AB represents a circular plane, 14 feet in diameter, which stands 6 feet in height from the floor, and is firmly attached to the shaft, CD, ..."
7. Cyclopedia of Architecture, Carpentry and Building: A General Reference Work by American School, (Chicago, Ill.) (1907)
"The shadow of ov, the center of the circular plane is found by Problem XVII. About ovs as a center, construct the parallelogram ABCD made up of the two ..."