in-line processing

in-line processing

[′in ¦līn ′prä·ses·iŋ]
(computer science)
The processing of data in random order, not subject to preliminary editing or sorting.
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The processing of eggs is done in two ways: in-line processing and off-line processing.
Now they are backed-up by JBT we can ensure that this specialist knowledge and expertise can further benefit our customers, giving them additional options for integrated in-line processing operations.
Now they re backed-up by JBT we can ensure that this specialist knowledge and expertise can further benefit our customers, giving them additional options for integrated in-line processing operations.
Therefore, Fameccanica developed adult pant diaper model FIX P5X, a highspeed machine for pull-on protective underwear, with a unique technology for in-line processing of breathable, elastic laminated waistband with ultrasonically bonded transpiring spots to create a discrete and soft feeling product with maximum fit and comfort.
Mixer provides flexible, cost-efficient in-line processing while meeting the need for rapid and easy cleaning.
Suitable for in-line processing, the units employ an abrasion-resistant milling head that features a standard rotor and stator which can be modified to meet specific customer requirements where precise control and repeatability are necessary.
Headwall Photonics has announced the formation of a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) with the USDA Agricultural Research Service to develop and deploy spectral imaging solutions for in-line processing of poultry, fruit, vegetables, and other food products.
Suitable for in-line processing, they employ an abrasion-resistant milling head that features a standard rotor and stator, which can be modified to meet specific customer requirements where precise control and repeatability are necessary.
It is programmable, marking up to four characters per second, offering in-line processing, lot control, and traceability.
The conference revealed developments in steel-replacement applications, in-line processing, and new materials.
pioneered the use of EB equipment to process tire components, it was the Japanese manufacturers that adapted the equipment for the in-line processing of tire components.