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Baseplate

A steel plate for transmitting and distributing a column load to the supporting foundation material.

baseplate

1. A metal plate used to distribute a nonuniform load.
2. A metal plate on which a column rests.
3. A metal plate used as a foundation for heavy machinery; a bed plate.
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All patients demonstrated significant improvements in pain and function following treatment with rTSA using either augmented glenoid baseplates or glenoid bone graft to correct the glenoid defects (Tables 1 and 2).
More detail on the LRD8200 and the extended baseplate is available at www.
The M326 provides a powered assist in rapidly emplacing and displacing the complete M120 mortar system (tube, baseplate, bipod and fire control) from the M1101 trailer.
The weapon can be used in the handheld mode and also with a baseplate and bipod to achieve greater accuracy and a sustained rate of fire.
AlSiC is also employed in IGBT baseplates for high power and high-reliability systems.
However, Mr Koch explains, the baseplates are labeled alphanumerically, and therefore, the coordinate/grid method of recording the fixture's positioning can be employed.
Capitalizing on the effective vibration-attenuation properties of epoxy polymers, which absorb operating shock loads and natural frequency vibrations from prime movers and their baseplates.
Both fixtures are available with air or water-cooled baseplates, different package sizes, special thermal baseplates and different connector types.
The increase in revenues came from all product families except baseplates for cellular telephone basestations which continued to decline as these specific products near their end of life.
Tenders are invited for Work includes, to perform an assortment of general maintenance to existing light poles including de-rusting and painting of baseplates and anchor bolts, removal of solid grouting beneath baseplates, grouting to create drainage plane, replacement of some hand hole covers, tightening of nuts & washers, realignment to plumb of some poles and some welding repairs.