full automatic

full automatic

[¦fu̇l ′ȯd·ə′mad·ik]
(ordnance)
A weapon that provides continuous fire as long as the trigger is depressed; used to distinguish from semiautomatic.
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Contract Awarded for Package1research inverted full automatic metallurgic microscope and image analysis system,1 set
The fuel-efficient diesel truck series features a heavy-duty, single-unit frame; enhanced cooling system; full automatic transmission and a spilttype drive axle to move large, heavy material.
Also new from EAS is a now-standard modular line of mold-change carts for full automatic, horizontal mold loading.
DC2070A Full automatic Hi-speed (5-30pcs/pack) Wet Tissue Folding and Packing Machine.
Available with semi and full automatic pallet exchange, the model offers product labeling and barcode reading for product tracking, making it suitable for pharmaceutical and food applications.
As well as full automatic, it also has a manual mode, using either the floormounted lever or paddles behind the steering wheel to make the changes.
MACHINES VARY FROM BENCH MODELS TO FULL AUTOMATIC IN-LINE SYSTEMS.
Drivers have the option of using a full automatic mode, a sport automatic mode or selecting gears manually.
With its digital controller, it can be used as power source for full automatic welding processes.
a digital controller enables the WELDCRAWLER to double as a power source for full automatic welding processes.
The package contained 10 top-quality products from Hitachi including: a 42" Full HD LCD TV, a 660L Big French Refrigerator, 7kg Full Automatic Washing Machine, kitchen appliances, camcorder, photoframe and a 2 Ton Split AC.
Full automatic machines are definitely more popular--up 40% in sales value year-on-year to June 2009.