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1.A joint or gap between adjacent parts of a building, structure, or concrete work which permits their relative movement due to temperature changes (or other conditions) without rupture or damage.
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Usually, these segment-forming lines are much wider than the cell-forming lines in order to introduce good edge isolation
between two segments; as a result, they will reduce the effective illuminated area of panels.
Companies such as Newport offer equipment to scribe or dice photovoltaic structures or provide laser edge isolation
, laser drilling, or other laser machining.