alignment correction

alignment correction

[ə′līn·mənt kə′rek·shən]
(engineering)
A correction applied to the measured length of a line to allow for not holding the tape exactly in a vertical plane of the line.
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But, now, alignment correction is a near necessity for a good process.
Veloce and Lusso models can be fitted with xenon gas discharge headlights with automatic alignment correction, which provide a more intense light and greater efficiency than conventional halogen lamps,as well as lasting twice as long.
The Alignment Correction tool enables users to align individual or stack images for translation, rotation, or scaling.
Veloce and Lusso models can befit ted with xenon gas discharge headlights with automatic alignment correction, which provide a more intense light and greater efficiency than conventional halogen lamps,as well as lasting twice as long.
A finely finished chuck ensures die remain completely flat during test, and advanced adaptive alignment correction algorithms within Pathfinder's navigating software compensate for any spreading of sawn die or strips for safe, accurate testing of finished products.
by the FDA and Europe for alignment correction and stabilization of the thoraco-lumbar spine from T6 to L5.
It is recommended from the international round-robin result that the alignment routine should incorporate the King and Finger's algorithm (3, 4, 39) for calculating various alignment corrections such as offsets of detector, x-ray tube in both horizontal and vertical direction, the angular offsets of the monochromator, and the offsets of the crystals from the center of the primary beam, X, Y, and Z direction.
The air flow reduces the effects of thermal humping on crankshafts; reduces the temperature of steel soleplates by 35-50 degrees F; and allows relatively fast alignment corrections, if necessary.