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ramping

[′ramp·iŋ]
(engineering)
In the production of parts fabricated from composite materials, a gradual and programmed sequence of changes in temperature or pressure that control curing and cooling.
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If the guaranteed community ramping percentage is not met within the pre-set timeframe, and all the customer commitments have been met, GXS will refund a portion of the Community Link service fee -- based on the percentage difference -- to the customer.
PHOTO : Ramping system with ANSI-approved handrails made by Lakeshore Products.
Although the company began ramping new FPD programs late in the quarter, some larger programs were delayed by up to 4 months, impacting expected FPD revenue by over $2 million for the June quarter.
In March, Spansion announced it was ramping into volume production on 110-nanometer floating gate products.
Martson continued, "We selected UMC as our preferred foundry because it has a proven track record with a number of our suppliers for quickly ramping leading-edge technologies to high yields, achieving outstanding quality and timely delivery.