base piece

base piece

[′bās ‚pēs]
(ordnance)
The gun first selected after calibration fire whose center of burst or impact is taken as the reference point in determining calibration corrections for the remaining guns of the battery.
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Contract notice: Acquisition Is A Base Piece Protocol Piece One (1) Piece And A Series Of 2 To 3 Copies Of The Serial Production License From The Customer, A Spare Part Package One (1) Piece And Design Work.
Now your two sides and 2 front pieces can be fixed to the base piece using the same method.
Now your two sides and two front pieces can be fixed to the base piece using the same method.
Plug in the base piece, and as you add the others they light up.
The lightweight LCP base piece of the holder is extremely strong, and can easily withstand temperatures like 260[degrees]C for modern, lead-free reflow soldering.
The lightweight LCP base piece of the holder is extremely strong, and capable of withstanding up to 280[degrees]C for reflow solder process compatibility.
Then, butter the central base piece and slip it into the tin.
She works with a grog-heavy clay for making the background or base piece of those big sculptures, and a much finer clay called wedding clay for doing the applique, the flowers and the other smaller pieces.
To construct the lighter TEC riser an aluminum base piece is machined into an open format with chamfers, grooves and multiple large cutouts that reduce mass weight.
The platoon can register the base piece gun only off of a stationary target previously adjusted on to.
It features a base piece for connecting to the Recon, along with a mounting and quick-release locking mechanism for the extended cap.
The unit itself consists of a rectangular base piece worn on the back via padded shoulder straps.