rigidized

rigidized

Said of light-gauge sheet metal which is embossed or textured by a rolling process to provide additional stiffness.
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Finally, the shell must be rigidized to prevent the egress of the core material.
FBD2) a full-service display and graphic design company in Williamsville, was recently chosen to create trade show displays for Jiffy-tite and for Rigidized Metals.
The advantages include the availability of various metal thicknesses, and the rigidized substrate, which facilitates circuit fabrication, and which facilitates mounting of the circuit through screws/bolts or clips.
Revere Copper Products' Revere Liberty Collection[TM] of architectural copper is offered in dozens of different Rigidized textured patterns.
The HeatBlocker system includes a rigidized Inconel liner that protects a high temperature ceramic mat from wicking of fluids.
Reconstituted stone, which clads the accommodation block, and paving blocks are all in London stock colours; rigidized metal has been used for doors and columns.
It's a structure in which the sail itself and its rigidized membrane contain the microcomputers [and other miniaturized instruments] necessary for the mission.
In an external electric field, the phenomenon of polymer film polarization leading to efficient SH generation may take place not only in the heated mobile state, but also in the rigidized low temperature state.
We replaced the surface of that conveyor with rigidized stainless, and the problem disappeared.
L'Garde has designed, manufactured, tested, and successfully flown over 150 inflatable membrane space structures, some of which were then rigidized in space.
Rigidized steel is a unique alternative for customers who have parts that continuously stick or clump together.
Floorcoverings: Dodge-Regupol; Rigidized Metal Corp.