machinable


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machinable

[mə′shēn·ə·bəl]
(computer science)

machinable

Machine-readable. Having the softcopy nature.
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Step4: Calculate the blending functions using convolution thereom and identify the machinable area of the FICS features.
In Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP), work on feature recognition for prismatic parts has focused mainly on identifying the machinable volume as a whole.
two years after the Non-Flat Machinable (NFM) and Standard parcels were hammered by massive postage hikes, double-digit increases again are expected for those subclasses.
EP 13 is said to possess high compressive strength and is readily machinable.
Made in three sections that mount on a chuck similarly to top jaws, the plates accept a wide variety of machinable jaw segments.
High Density PolyEthylene (HDPE) is used to make supermarket type carrier bags or chemical drums, jerricans, toys, picnic ware, household and kitchenware, cable insulation Low Density PolyEthylene (LDPE) used to make soft clear bags like the ones used for packing of vegetables, toys and clothes or dispensing bottles, tubing, moulded laboratory equipment, corrosion-resistant work surfaces, parts that need to be weldable and machinable, computer components, such as hard drives, screen cards and disk-drives
Rhinoceros and Generative Components software; ultra-low viscosity urethane rubber, semirigid polyurethane casting resin composite, and machinable wax, 2007.
The Pitbull fixture clamp is available in a machinable version.
In order to make the metal machinable, its structure needed to be retained to room temperature.