automatic press

automatic press

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′pres]
(mechanical engineering)
A press in which mechanical feeding of the work is synchronized with the press action.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A Cerm inspection command is also sent to the AVT automatic press inspection function, which monitors printing defects.
DCPPL has installed 40 Jumbo Ginning machines, One Automatic press machine for pressing Cotton lint into Cotton bales and 20 expellers for Oil extraction from Cotton seed at its manufacturing facility in Jasdan, Rajkot.
Customers who purchase a Lock-N-Load AP Automatic Press or the Lock-N-Load Classic Kit will receive 500 free bullets, up to a $160 value.
Current systems on the market range from semiautomatic presses through fully automatic press systems.
Users have also seen improvements in quality and productivity by moving from a semi-automatic to an automatic press cycle," he concluded.
The WinePod includes an automatic press that presses and removes grapes, and sensors that measure the end point of the fermentation process by recording the amount of sugar in the wine.
This book is part of a series of books on topics of philosophical interest by Automatic Press, which has now published books on normative ethics, formal philosophy, philosophy of law, game theory and other subjects.
Sheets separately profile the Pemserter Series 3000 automatic press integrating full servo electromechanical actuation technology, the Series 2000 automatic press system with upgraded operating features and expansion capabilities, and the Series P3 pneumatic press and Micro-Mate hand tool for smaller jobs, as well as three others.
* The PEMSERTER Series 3000[TM] automatic press integrating full servo electromechanical actuation technology.
A DAD was crushed to death by an automatic press at a Birmingham factory after company bosses failed to put in safety locks.
"In a global economy, it is critical that producers be as cost effective as possible." He cites automatic jig systems, automatic press loaders and unloaders, automatic trimming stations, buffing stations and automatic panel cleaning stations as examples of some of the tabor saving, quality-improving systems now found in a membrane press line.

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