stroke speed


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stroke speed

[′strōk ‚spēd]
(communications)
Number of times per minute that a fixed line, perpendicular to the direction of scanning, is crossed in one direction by a scanning or recording spot in a facsimile system. Also known as scanning frequency; scanning line frequency.
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To the end of stroke speed decreases, but still remains quite large, near 3,5 m/s.
In addition, stroke speed has been increased by 20%, from the earlier 500 strokes per minute to 600, enabling high-speed cutting with a focus on productivity.
In addition, stroke speed has been increased by 20 percent, from the earlier 500 strokes per minute to 600, enabling high-speed cutting with a focus on productivity.
For an axial compressor, dynamic performance data such as the "Inlet Guide Vane" (IGV) stroke speed, the control and actuator delay, the valve stroke time, and other system dynamics should be involved in the dynamic model/simulation based on accurate and actual information.
In cold weather, the recoil's stroke speed can slow way down for the main gun on your M1-series tank.
5 pm combined with a stroke speed of up to 300 mm/s maintains operational precision whilst enabling fast joining cycles and short return stokes.
The cylinders utilize the Rexroth "ideal cushioning" design, which allows fine tuning of cushions to maximize stroke speed, resulting in reduced cycle times, reduced vibration and longer cylinder life.
For example, the quoted cycle time of printing equipment from a particular supplier may include the printing time of a particular size board using a particular squeegee stroke speed.
Features include adjustable stroke length to speed production while reducing air consumption and a hooded foot valve for precise control of stroke speed and ram position.
stroke speed (2-60 cycles/min), and load (350-1600 g) are all adjustable.
These machines feature a more rigid stroking carriage as well as variable stroke speed and positioning.
An all-electric drive slicer/applicator with a stroke speed 10% faster than with traditional hydraulic models has been introduced by J.