Polymer pistols: The oft-quoted standard for "acceptable service pistol accuracy" is five shots in 4.0 inches
at 25 yards, presumably from a machine rest.
Samsung was the first to launch a phablet - Galaxy Note - above five inches
. Now the screen sizes have gone bigger to more than six inches
Truss members measured a nominal 2 by 4, 4 by 4, or 4 by 6 inches
. A number of trusses were also fabricated from round small-diameter tree stems.
Punch two holes, centered and two inches
apart, at the tops of 12 sheets of card stock.
A large, track-mounted impact crusher will generally accept a feed size up to 30 inches
by 30 inches
with a thickness of 12 inches
, depending on the crusher size, but to maximize their performance, feed material should be prepped to an average size of 20 inches
by 20 inches
The clear zone for such barcodes is a rectangular area at the lower right corner of the mailpiece that extends to the left 4.75 inches
from the bottom right corner and 5/8 inches
up from the bottom of the mailpiece.
A total of 12.05 inches
of precipitation was measured in Eugene in December, 3.76 inches
more than what usually falls during the month, said Dean Sondag of the National Weather Service in Portland.
When Wieland totaled the numbers, he found that on average the .30-06 lost 27.2 fps per inch
while the 6.5x55 lost 25.95 fps per inch
Use a rototiller or shovels to loosen and mix the soil in this entire area to a depth of about 12 inches
. Organic matter can be added to the loosened soil so long as the new material is used uniformly throughout the area.
* ENDS: 2 pieces--10 1/2 inches
long, 13/8 inches
wide, 3/4 inch
Toshiba achieved the world's first 100GB 2.5-inch HDD by establishing a new benchmark for areal density: 80-gigabits of data per square inch
. The key to achieving this was replacing the Pico Sliders attached to the drive's heads, which maintain the appropriate distance from the disk during read and write operations, with Femto Sliders that are 35 percent smaller and much lighter.
A new nano-technology called Millipede--under development at IBM--has demonstrated storing data at a density of a trillion bytes per square inch
, about 20 times denser than magnetic disks available today.