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short run

[′shȯrt ′rən]
(metallurgy)
Pertaining to a mold or casting filled only partially with molten metal.
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The platform was designed from inception to provide the values of additive manufacturing for short-run production, while overcoming material limitations of currently available metal-based additive manufacturing systems.
Efficiently, effectively handling short-run and on-demand jobs can require time-consuming, hands-on management to avoid waste and missed deadlines.
Experiments by behavioral economists have consistently found the existence of "loss aversion" (or an endowment effect), which implies that the direction of an income change affects its short-run effect on happiness.
To illustrate that point here a standard principles-level example of short-run equilibrium GDP determination is presented initially.
Following are tips for medical product designers on how to approach short-run (or any other type of molding) projects for the best results.
Mold repairs, design modifications, new inserts, prototypes and short-run machined part production available.
On the other hand, while Hall and Papell depict the short-run aggregate supply curve only or always as horizontal, Blanchard, Gwartney et al.
The polyurethane features a combination of high-impact strength and high heat deflection temperature (185[degrees]F/85[degrees]C) with a nearly 200,000 psi flexural modulus, making it ideal, the company says, for producing prototypes for crash testing and short-run functional parts.
Key factors determining the increase in rents and home prices include (1) the increase in demand for housing in the private sector resulting from the reduction of on-base naval housing, (2) the short-run and long-run elasticities of supply of private sector housing with respect to housing prices, and (3) the elasticity of demand to live in a defined housing area with respect to housing prices.
In most previous studies, the short-run impact of monetary policy on rates has been captured by detrended measures of the real money supply defined either as real M1 or real M2.
In making our short-run policy decisions we also need to be mindful that actions that weaken the credibility of our commitment to price-level stability can have perverse effects on interest rates and economic activity.
A lot of publishers expected to face zoned editorial rates," notes Monica Lundquist, traffic manager for Brown Printing, a Waseca, MN-based printer of more than 200 long-run and short-run magazines.