pick point

pick point

A location on the ceiling of an auditorium from which a banner, microphone, scenic element, or the like may be supported and lowered as required.
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There are five types of teeth available for the excavators: general purpose, abrasive material and rock, pick point, twin pick and spade nose.
In addition, this work considered the impacts of joint flexibility on the robot motion performance and innovatively proposed the initial pick point searching problem according to the working characteristics of palletizing robots.
Once the fit is just right, if one chooses to, he or she can easily trim the pick point with scissors and finish the edge with an emery board or fine sand-paper to create the perfect custom pick.
This produces better product flow from load point to pick point. Features include HDPE rollers with 2- or 3-inch centers, 13 gauge galvanized steel side channels and a maximum weight capacity of 50 pounds per square foot.
The full width roller design of Span-Track produces unrivaled flow, ensuring product is always at the pick point. Accessories, such as pick trays and knuckle track assist picking by enhancing the view and accessibility of items to be picked.
The only component out of the tube is the component at the pick point. Component is covered as it leaves the tube and enters the nest, so it cannot turn over, stand on end or be lost from the nest.
Full-width rollers keep product at pick point and, as confirmed by Petrulis, "Span-Track helped the pickers to save time.
Through use of a sensor mounted on this custom crane system, two zones were created, one over the pick point and one over the milling machine.
"I expect Ards to pick points, so we may need nine points to stay ahead of them," he added.