low-carbon steel that can be easily machined.
noun 1. a threaded fastener, either used with a nut or driven into a tapped hole, usually having a diameter of about 1/4 inch (6.4 mm) or less and a slotted head for tightening by a screwdriver. noun 1. a fastening screw with a machine-cut thread throughout the length of its shank
noun 1. a workshop in which metal and other substances are cut, shaped, etc., by machine tools. noun 1. a workshop in which machine tools are operated
noun 1. low-carbon steel that can be easily machined.
[muh-sheen-stich] /məˈʃinˌstɪtʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to sew on a sewing machine.