Gibbs system

Gibbs system

[′gibz ‚sis·təm]
(statistical mechanics)
A hypothetical replica of a physical system.
A set of such replicas forming an ensemble.
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Revenues on a non-GAAP basis in 2008 excluded the effect of businesscombination accounting rules on the acquired deferred maintenance revenuebalance of Gibbs System Inc.
CAD/CAM provider Cimatron Limited and Gibbs System Inc.
In consideration for the transaction, the statement says, Cimatron will pay Gibbs--chairman and CEO of Gibbs System and its sole shareholder--a cash consideration of $5 million, as well as 1.
Cimatron will pay William "Bill" Gibbs, founder, chairman, and CEO of Gibbs System, and its sole shareholder, a cash consideration of $5 million, as well as 1.
Gibbs & Associates, also known as Gibbs Systems, Inc.
developed its Gibbs System exclusively for Macintoshes.
Using the Gibbs system, followed by Virtual Gibbs and then the solid-based, 3D SolidSurfacer module, JPL increased proficiency in the main shop by 60%.
Looking ahead, Mr Houser would like to equip all the shop's workstations with Gibbs systems.
Ed Janos, machine shop supervisor at Warner Lambert, says that using an Gibbs System NC programming package from Gibbs and Associates of Moorpark, CA, has enabled the shop to create more complex designs and turnaround parts faster, allowing for even greater creativity in the making of parts.
They chose the full-featured, PC-based Gibbs System NC programming system with modules for milling, turning, surfacing, multi-axis lathe and wire EDM.
The Gibbs System allows you to concentrate on the job you are doing, not on the computer or the software.
For complex and/or intricate designs, the Gibbs System has a module for the importation of all IGES and DXF files.