in-gate

in-gate

[′in‚gāt]
(civil engineering)
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Complex in-gate and riser geometries can be created more easily with 3-D printing than tooling.
cieTrade has worked to help their recycling and export clients, throughout the supply chain, to meet this challenge and avoid costly in-gate charges or rejections with new software features and integration methods to make compliance as easy and efficient as possible.
There are 34 major UK food and grocery companies who have committed to this target, representing engagement all along the supply chain to prevent waste between the factory in-gate and till.
Rather than only updating the ITV server, the in-gate event could be used to generate data for the "Cargo Receipt at POE (TYS) Transaction" for the Worldwide Port System (WPS).
Even a uniformly shaped casting can have a consistent location in relation to the in-gate and risers.
A drag runner and cope in-gate also were used in conjunction with as wide and thin a runner and in-gate system as the board, flask and casting configuration, and wall thickness' allowed.
Tenders are invited for renewal of tram track with concretized pavement at the in-gate and out-gate of bidhannagar terminus.
The first place to fill is at the in-gate while the last place to fill is at the top-right corner, the furthest point from the in-gate.