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z-axis

The third dimension in a graphics image. The width is the x-axis and the height is the y-axis. See x-y matrix.

z-axis

z-axis
The vertical, normal, or yaw axis of an aircraft.
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Z-Axis has been a successful localization QA service provider, incorporated with simplified localization & testing solutions and QA services, helping users to leverage the best practices to endeavor a good success rate in the present emerging competitive market.
However, the electrical path on the z-axis can be completed between the lead and pad.
It can be seen that the streamline is a family of the coaxial circles with A, B as the limit points and z-axis as the root axis, as shown in Fig.
For each Z-axis operation, three guide rods located outside the vacuum chamber are engaged by the 2233 gearmotor.
The Z-axis ballscrew is centered to increase accuracy, while the X-axis box way adds rigidity.
CAD data import for point, matrix, line, curve or individual dispense patterns is possible; and the X,Y and Z-axis are synchronized.
5", and a Z-axis of 22", the machine combines large machining capacity within a compact footprint.
The solid ram, which moves up and down for Z-axis operation, proves mass behind heavy cuts.
The MultiMode PicoForce utilizes an atomic force microscope, a scanner with closed-loop control of the z-axis that is said to accurately control tip-sample separation and new software developed specifically for force spectroscopy.
The system automates the z-axis adjustment and assists the user in clearing the area after rework.
This line of conductive foam connector shields has X-Y and Z-axis conductivity, providing enhanced EMI shielding effectiveness and the grounding required by the increasing operating speeds of computer, telecommunications, and aerospace equipment.
The Z-axis has a rapid traverse rate of 42 m/mm, and the automatic tool changer provides an impressive tool-to-tool change time of 1.