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hatching

[′hach·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Parallel lines drawn on sections of plans for buildings or machines to distinguish between different materials.
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The stochastic nature of dislocation formation gives rise to this asymmetrical behavior, and we believe this particular characteristic is also present in Figures 3(a) and 3(b), although it is possible to tune the growth parameters to obtain dislocation spacing in one direction to be greater than the sample size in which case the surface pattern would not be a cross-hatch one but rather stripes.
Caption: FIGURE 2.This image is a solid plane with round dots removed to provide a cross-hatch pattern.
Chevrolet, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), has launched its 'Activ', a cross-hatch version of the American version of the Beat, at the 2016 LA Motor Show.
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The proper way to create the stencil layer would be with a cross-hatch pattern (which contains lines arranged in cross shapes) as shown in FIGURE 3.
The latest offerings for the Vectra include a deep lower spoiler and matt black Irmscher cross-hatch grille, while sculptured side sills, rear lower skirt and a subtle rear wing spoiler transform the car's profile.
In fact, recent developments include the ability to finish with cross-hatch surface patterns, provide automatic size compensation, and finish blind bores or outside diameters.
* Keep the cross-hatched ground/power planes parallel to the region, with the cross-hatch pattern at a 45[degrees] angle to the bend line.
The pebble's opposite face contains a cross-hatch design bordered by two "ladders."