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Tools a mechanical device for gripping objects, esp the hinged jaws of a mechanical excavator

grab

[grab]
(engineering)
An instrument for extricating broken boring tools from a borehole.
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When contacted with ASI (reader) Tariq, he admits that senior officials have deputed him at this station for the last eleven years and he did not responded about the question of supporting land grabbers of the area.
She declared: 'Land grabbers will not be entertained under my watch.
It was told in the meeting that early removal of all encroachments made by the land grabbers at both sides of the canals has become imperative in order to materialize the already-inked development plan for widening of roads passing through the canals.
Of course," he admits, "other customers have moved on to newer BitFlow frame grabbers"--such as the Aon-CXP low-cost single-link CoaXPress frame grabber (pictured).
The inventor of the Leaf & Debris Grabber has developed a working prototype that has been utilized with success.
To mount the AN/PVS-4 night sight on your M240B or M249 machine gun, you use the adapter and rail grabber assembly.
Marian and Larry Grabber dance at the Antelope Valley Senior Center.
The system is comprised of 16 high resolution area scan CCD cameras arranged across the web, two high frequency fluorescent lamps for lighting, six frame grabbers with three cameras per frame grabber operating concurrently, a high speed Windows 2000 computer(s) for processing data and for HMI (operator interface control), and a 17" touchscreen HMI.
Grabber Performance Group first popped up on the radar screen of chain drug retailers on the strength of its Grabber Mycoal, adhesive body warmer.
NASDAQ: DATX), has announced the shipment of the DT3162, a variable-scan monochrome frame grabber for the PCI bus.
The Sylvania brand Video Grabber from Strategic Vista Corporation of Markham, Ontario, Canada, turns a PC into a remote security monitor.
Foresight Imaging debuts the I-Color frame grabber and video streamer, the newest member of the I-Series imaging boards.