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wall plate

wall plate, 1
A horizontal member (such as a timber) across a timber-framed, masonry, or concrete wall to carry and distribute the load imposed by members that support the roof.
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These were seen on the anterior and lateral edges of the head plates, the lateral areas of the intermediate plates, and the lateral and posterior areas of the tail plates.
I hook 'em in the lips or just behind the bony head plates. A smooth, sidearm lofting cast shouldn't rip them off or beat 'em to death.
Action Target custom designed three targets for the competition featuring spring‐loaded armor steel head plates that provide extra bounce for immediate visual and audio feedback.
Head plates in the Archer system are situated 4mm away from the substrate surface, compared with the typical 1.5 mm nozzle fabric distance offered by alternative print heads.
Head plates in the Archer system are situated 4mm away from the substrate surface, compared with the typical 1.5mm nozzle-fabric distance offered by alternative print heads.
Head plates in the Archer are situated 4mm away from the substrate surface, compared with the typical 1.5mm nozzle-fabric distance offered by alternative print heads.
Head plates in the Archer are situated 4 mm away from the substrate surface, compared with the typical 1.5 mm nozzle-fabric distance offered by alternative print heads.
The head plates in the Archer(R) array will typically be 4mm away from the surface of the substrate, compared with the typical 1.5mm of other print heads so greatly reducing the risk of head strike', which can damage these expensive components.
The head plates in the Archer(R) array will typically be 4mm away from the surface of the substrate compared with the typical 1.5mm of other print heads so greatly reducing the risk of head strike' which can damage these expensive components.