one-step operation

one-step operation

[′wən ‚step ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
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OLE-DIOX represents an important contribution for our circular economy by effectively recycling bulk materials into valuable products in one-step operation.
The new technology combines a plastic substrate with foils of metal or other materials in a simple one-step operation.
In a new IR dry blanching technique, we combine blanching and dehydration in a one-step operation, leading to a simpler process with higher efficiency than the conventional two-step process.
The second row of seats fold and tumble forwards in a one-step operation when you press a button.
With one-step operation and full computer control of temperature, pressure, and power, the system consolidates AAS, ICP-AES and ICP-MS applications.
Among the most innovative applications in the parts competition was an automotive brush grille guard that was produced for the first time in a one-step operation.
It is reportedly a simple, one-step operation to play a mix of songs, while Busker Favorites offers a list of favourite songs that can be played with a single tap of the stylus.
The measurements will be performed in a one-step operation from whole blood on a portable meter that can be located at the point-of-care.
Instead, Chembond emulates ammonical etching, which means it can accommodate a higher copper content and requires only a one-step operation.
A specially designed crimp collar provides both positive pressure seal and fitting retention while sealing off the exterior silicone cover all in a one-step operation.
It is possible to envision a one-step operation covering sample preparation and analysis, from raw sample to results reporting.
Eurohansa offers ZENO recycling equipment, from one-step operation machines to two-step machines for handling more difficult or contaminated materials.