seamless door

seamless door

1. A hollow-metal door formed from two sheets of steel, without seams on the door faces or on the vertical edges.
2. A steel door of composite construction; the sheet-steel facings are bonded to a solid, structural mineral core without edge seams.
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And if you're still not convinced, I would like to add that it still has that heavy one-piece seamless door construction that closes with a thud just like those previous models that I tested.
Proximity's software platform helps spaces manage their communities by providing seamless door access, guest visit and package delivery notification, internet access, conference room booking, and membership billing, all through a single platform.
3D blow molding already has made inroads in Europe in those uses as well as in oil filler tubes and seamless door handles (in the Porsche Boxster, for example).
The high-end appliance featuring a seamless door and concealed controls was made available to a small number of Bosch distributors around midyear.
The final product is a strong, lightweight, smooth, seamless door that features outstanding corrosion resistance, molded in color, excellent dimensional stability and a mirror smooth surface finish.
The flush door handle on the other hand doesn't only provide a seamless door design but more important provides an added aerodynamic that helps lower the drag coefficient further.
Airbags are the focal point There are more of them; they're deploying at variable speeds; they need to stay inflated longer to help with rollover events; and they're increasingly becoming "hidden" by seamless doors lasered behind the instrument panel surface.