clamping pressure

clamping pressure

[′klamp·iŋ ‚presh·ər]
(engineering)
In injection and transfer-molding of plastics, the pressure applied to keep the mold closed in opposition to the fluid pressure of the molding material.
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The patented design efficiently converts vertical force into horizontal force, evenly distributing clamping pressure between the terminal and battery post.
In your case, the weight of the lamp clearly didn't provide enough clamping pressure, and the base of the lamp was probably less porous than the wood cabinet underneath.
The side-shifting unit handles loads from 1,980 to 3,525 pounds and includes integrated systems to control clamping pressure, reducing the risk of product damage.
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And the clamping pressure felt a teensy bit too low.
Ultrasonic welding joins the metal parts by applying the high frequency vibratory energy and moderate clamping pressure onto the interface area between the parts to be welded.
But the drawback is slightly tighter clamping pressure on the head.
A compressometer accurately measures pressure to the gluing area, and the clamping pressure chart (left) provides general guidelines for clamping pressure with woods of low, medium and high wood densities.
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In addition, clamping pressure lock-in, a standard feature, is said to improve the Ecodrive's efficiency.