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clamping

[′klamp·iŋ]
(electronics)
The introduction of a reference level that has some desired relation to a pulsed waveform, as at the negative or positive peaks. Also known as direct-current reinsertion; direct-current restoration.
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An intelligent fixturing system adaptively adjusts the clamping forces to optimal values during the machining process.
Mechatronics Sheet Clamping & Feeding Mechanism for Sheet Edge Grinding Machine-3, Make Festo For Clamping: With Two Cylinder Stroke 50MM, Clamping Force-40KG Feeding: With one Cylinder-250MM Feed Mass of The Table-100KG, Cutting Forces-40Kg(Approx), Speed to & fro Motion to be Completed in 06 Seconds, Controller: For Clamping and Feeding as Per Part NO.
Applications: PET preforms Standard features: Clamping by servocontrolled variable-volume pumps and hydraulic accumulator for fast lock-up time.
As components are placed closer to the edge, board clamping has become a significant factor in maintaining print quality.
The APS System consists of clamping pins and clamping modules.
The SANI-TORQ[TM] clamping device is designed to tighten sanitary clamps to a specified torque setting.
The compact modular clamp is for clamping work pieces in series by using the back surface of a clamp to locate the next work piece.
It appears that the practice of early cord clamping is about to change.
This company is featuring a high-quality line of metric tube clamping components and linear actuators.
Clamping to the live end could add a wear point, bend the nearly straight line, and keep the wire rope from pulling the wedge in tight against the socket.
A case clamp uses larger clamping plates and disperses pressure evenly, rather than pinpointing it like bar clamps can.
In addition to its line of hydraulic mold clamps, Hilma Division of Carr Lane Roemheld is offering magnetic mold clamping systems by Rivi Magnetics.