mechanical scale

mechanical scale

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′skāl]
(engineering)
A weighing device that incorporates a number of levers with precisely located fulcrums to permit heavy objects to be balanced with counterweights or counterpoises.
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The other thing that isn't recognised is the mechanical scale and technical ability, people just want to achieve great technical things.
Adam Equipment, a leading manufacturer of weighing equipment for professionals worldwide, has added the MDW 200 mechanical scale to its MDW line of health and fitness scales.
However, big reloading companies continue to sell large quantities of this "archaic" type of scale, and in fact RCBS just introduced what may be the most refined, capable mechanical scale yet.
Caption: Mason Cash: From the Mason Cash brand, this Bake My Day 5 kg mechanical scale has a 1950s retro look.
Differences between Spanish and Portuguese samples affecting these results--numerical scale partial invariance and mechanical scale partial invariance--should be further analyzed.
Frankly, I was so surprised by those weight measurements I had to remeasure the trigger with a Timney mechanical scale and then even confirm my measurements with Denny Wilcox, Browning's Product Manager.
A weight filling machine will however use a mechanical scale with counterweights or an electronic scale for dual stage filling, available in both explosion-proof and non-explosion-proof design.
Cash - Salter Clear View Mechanical Scale, pounds 19.
The balance version of the mechanical scale has been in use for more than 5,000 years.
Unfortunately, this halted production as a worker pulled a bag from a conveyor to place it on a mechanical scale.
We used mechanical scale beams that were only accurate to plus or minus one pound.
Terraillon has a substantial mechanical scale business, where MSI has been primarily in [technologically advanced and digital] scales.

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