chip cap

chip cap

[′chip ‚kap]
(design engineering)
A plate or cap on the upper part of the cutting iron of a carpenter's plane designed to give the tool rigidity and also to break up the wood shavings.
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It allows you to simply pop a filter into your existing system and see if simple chip cap level of filtering will solve your EMI issues.
Using micro-technology, the IBM researchers developed a chip cap with a network of tree-like branched channels on its surface.