plastic plate

plastic plate

[′plas·tik ′plāt]
(electronics)
A plate of plastic dielectric material used as a base for a semiconductor device.
(graphic arts)
A direct printing plate formed on a plastic base.
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The gas-assisted hot embossing method would be utilized for replicating V-cut patterns on the surface of plastic plate in this article.
The protective sleeve for each RAL plastic plate details the masterbatch code, the colourmetric measures, the absolute values, the reflectance curve and the distance to the plastics original standard.
They should also change the paper licence for a plastic plate to be secured to vehicles, as it would be easier for police to identify legitimate traders.
Put a plastic plate on the floor under the bottle setup to catch dripping water from the melting ice.
5 : a glass or plastic plate for holding an object to be examined under a microscope
My husband sprinkled in some food and slapped a plastic plate on top.
3 Tightly roll up one paper towel lengthwise, and place it onto another plastic plate.
The researchers studied youngsters ages six to 17 months at day-care centers, observing how they played with a polished stainless steel plate, a glossy white plastic plate, and teal-colored plastic plates with glossy and dull surfaces.
Bonding to a top plastic plate that contains a fluid network and fluid interconnects would then provide a seal to the plastic substrate.
Designed to produce thermoformed parts from 1 to 10 mm (1/16 to 3/8 inch) thick (depending on material type), the RV-2, manufactured by Eletro-Forming, is a two-station, carousel-type thermoforming machine that is completely automatic except for placement and removal of the plastic plate.
and general manager for Lacks Trim Systems and Plastic Plate, Inc.
Graumann worked for a time in the neuroscience and dermatology department at a hospital in Geneva, and here he created a sculpturally fantastic ensemble from the little objects one typically finds by a patient's bed: Surrounded by the sweeping oval of a cannula, pill cups in primary colors are piled up along with a gleaming, silver-colored plastic plate topped with meringue; a CD shining in rainbow colors rests on a paper doily with an enormous nail that has pierced a tin-foil ball; on the very top of the plastic-cup tower is a little polystyrene skull with silver rays (in the form of pipe cleaners) beaming from its dark eye sockets, gleaming in the bright museum light.