off-center


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off-center

1. Having an axis not along the geometric center line.
2. Not at the center point.
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The inclusion of 4.0" Y-axis movement serves to further extend flexibility, providing off-center machining.
If you put it on upside down, the washer is off-center and the secondary drive lever assembly will be difficult to install.
But Sikander also draws circles set on a black background or off-center in a field of colored straight lines and curves.
As far as I am concerned, the report that a live stamp pasted on the envelope off-center or at an angle outpulls one placed "correctly" is an urban myth.
This can cause problems with regard to such things as reverse loading or off-center situations during forming.
The advertising, marketing and public relations agency, known for its off-center sense of humor and purple M&M fetish, distributed a homemade three-step self-help kit called "How to Break Up with Your Agency."
"The whole house is off-center and the roof leaks."
in Paris, France, make it feasible to produce what is described as the first off-center, rib-free PET bottle for noncarbonated water.
His long career of shrewdly off-center performances include such classic performances as the tap-dancing ogre in Young Frankenstein and guru cabbie "Wizard" in Taxi Driver.
To evoke the Casimir force, the researchers suspended a tiny, gold-coated ball by a wire just above the plate and off-center. As they pushed the chip up in a vacuum, the plate tilted to reach within 76 nanometers, a thousandth of hair's breadth, of the ball.