mechanical setting

mechanical setting

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′sed·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Producing bits by setting diamonds in a bit mold into which a cast or powder metal is placed, thus embedding the diamonds and forming the bit crown; opposed to hand setting. Also known as cast setting; machine setting; sinter setting.
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And because Meade still includes accurate setting circles on the LX600, virtually any method you want to use to polar align the scope will work (something that can't be said for any of today's scopes that have dispensed with mechanical setting circles).
Sailors are well-acquainted with "Iron Mike." The term is used to define the mechanical setting of a fixed course and speed for a vessel.
Like Morison, Jones supervised the design of several types for mechanical setting, the most outstanding of which was Granjon (1924), a brilliant adaptation of a sixteenth-century Garamond derivative.
In using this knob, two things can happen: 1) the mechanical setting may not be reproducible and 2) the user may not realize the actual setting ...
The unit also eliminates mechanical setting of stop points and reduces set-up times.
Unproductive mechanical setting procedures and setup times are minimised, that makes the winding process more productive.
If you see your grid from unit to unit lining up on top of one another in the center but misaligned as you go out to the edge of the sheet, and you've ensured that your mechanical settings are spot on, water can possibly be the culprit, skewing your test results.
The equipment and technology of the Group not only demonstrated the features of fast maintenance speed, low noise and reduced interference with the traffic, but also reduced the damage to the manholes and greeneries on municipal roads by using the equipment's unique mechanical settings. The whole process of maintenance projects completely met the environmental regulations and requirements of NECCPA.
Similarly, hardware handling and mechanical settings are reduced to a minimum.
Toyo Ink achieved pile contamination control and improved print precision by customizing a screen press and its mechanical settings. Once thought impossible via conventional printing systems, the company successfully executed the flocky process by mounting piles of completely different color and texture, side-by-side, on to the same print medium.

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