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tamp

[tamp]
(engineering)
To tightly pack a drilled hole with clay or other stemming material after the charge has been placed.

tamp

To compact a material or surface, such as earth or freshly placed concrete, by repeated blows.
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In time, the aim is that TAMP will be synonymous within the advanced manufacturing sector in the same way Aberdeen is with the oil and gas industries.
The tool is designed to help TAMPs give advisors a seamless onboarding tool for clients, integrated with powerful back-office features from each of the providers.
With the Ergo Tamp, an operator doesn't have to bend down, eliminating possible back problems.
If you have questions about TAMP eligibility, visit your service personnel department.
The user fills and tamps the portafilter and inserts it into the machine.
The commercial launch of the Aliquot Directional Bone Tamp provides Orthovita with the opportunity to compete in the cavity creation space using a cost-effective and safe technology that is designed to work with Cortoss.
Case in point: the use of TAMPs or other so called "third-party" asset managers.
Clemons to the Management Team will enable TAMP to expand their distribution effort and enhance the visibility of TAM's Chief Strategist Kevin A.
As a pallet approaches, a tamp assembly (with a label on the tamp pad) is extended and rotates to apply the label to the front panel.
TAMP offers TRICARE benefits to help certain uniformed service members and their families move to civilian life.
As a pallet approaches the system, a tamp assembly--with a label on the tamp pad--is extended.