machine time

machine time

[mə′shēn ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
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This rigorous, hands-on, certification course features 20+ hr of machine time plus time with Paulson's SimTech injection molding simulator.
Longtime plastics training provider Paulson Training Programs' new seminar, aptly titled "Data Driven Molding," is a rigorous, hands-on certification course that involves 80% machine time and 20% concentrated classroom instruction.
By enhancing the rigidity of the needle bar-area parts (patent pending) and having the feed mechanism and needle bar rotating mechanism servo-controlled, the operating time has been reduced, resulting in 13% reduction of the machine time compared with the conventional model.
All projections based on 30 hrs machine time x 50 weeks.
They cover how our perspectives have changed, how network time is now natural time, how we have come to change our thinking about speed as a function of distance over time, how machine time differs in the Viterbi Algorithm, how The Matrix and other pop culture explains their time imagery, the retreat of the old present and the advance of the new, the management of self and of others and how such action works for and against the presence of the network and the subjectivity of time, the state of being out of the times, the limits of fast capital, the place of trust in network organizations, and regimes of time in a networked society.
Programming time might be cost at $50/hour while machine time might be cost at $500/hour.
The workhorse Visual-Factory-OEE system is engineered to provide overall visibility into day-to-day machine time and materials.
Perlman also uses the open shutter to convert repeated and spinning movements of flashlights and glow sticks into almost volumetric forms and to give a conspicuous fog machine time to belch out a haze to be set aglow by ambient city light.
It is not widely realised that the machine time and postage costs of distributing a circular are much greater than the costs of paper and ink.
For example, sauces consume 12 minutes of machine time per case and budgeted sales volume is 200 cases, thus total machine-time utilization is D20=D5*D16.
These longer spools increase product manufacturers' machine time by eliminating changeovers, reducing labor costs and enabling higher machine speeds.