machine run

machine run

[mə′shēn ¦rən]
(building construction)
run
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This data may include drainage surveys, collection of sheet samples for structural testing, furnish compilation, and machine run data.
This lets the machine run at continuously optimized feed rates and keeps a more constant chip load on the cutter for faster job completion and more efficient tool use.
This variable is a measurement of the total machine run time vs.
They help the political machine run, but are never seen.
In a paper mill, that is equivalent to making certain that every component contributes the most it can to making the machine run faster and longer.
It also reports machine run time versus set-up and repair times.
"Rebuild capital is often spent to make a paper machine more automated or more foolproof, in lieu of depending on superior operator skills," he continued, "but fine best crew out there can't raise the dryer can pressure ratings, or make a speed-limited machine run taster.
These huge parts are molded in a two-cavity mold on a proprietary machine run by Poly Processing Co.
The machine runs at rates up to 60 containers per minute and can be integrated with laser coders or thermal transfer overprinters to add variable information.
Retronaught: The Photographic Time Machine runs until February.
This hybrid tiebarless injection molding machine runs a 64-cavity LSR mold with automatic part removal.