crosshatch


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crosshatch

A criss-crossed pattern used to fill in sections of a drawing to distinguish them from each other.
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Apart from the names Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3 XL, and crosshatch (the code-name for the Pixel 3 XL), the entry shows "Pixel 3a XL" and the "sargo" code-name.
The codename 'crosshatch' has already surfaced within Android Open Source Project code and developers have connected to possibly being a future Pixel device, according to Phandroid.
The metals feature decorative touches, including luxurious brushed or hand-polished satin finishes as well as the textured, crosshatch patterns unique to Nina Nguyen Designs.
Next, draw crosshatch lines lightly through the center of the pastel paper.
Finished Quilt Size 99" x 99" Number of Blocks & Finished Size 40 Crosshatch Blocks 14" x 14" Plan Bright batiks set against a striking background of black make this quilt glow.
In some cases, designers will use crosshatch patterns to remove 30% to 70% of the copper from plane layers, which aids flexibility.
Parallel star-like oriented crosshatch inclusions formed one of the most interesting types (Figure 2a).
The graphic was subjected to the ASTM D3359-09 crosshatch tape test after application of it to an injection-molded piece of polyethylene.
My personal experience with such testing has been based on the crosshatch and tape test (ASTM D3359, ISO 2409) after a panel has been in a water soak for a number of hours.
crosshatch of garbage, plastic bags and cups from the big boats and
For added grip, the backside of the KX features a crosshatch texture that also makes it easy to remove the iPad from a purse or briefcase.
Upgraded capabilities include selectable tool-feed, constant crosshatch, and faster automatic bore detection.