unloading device

unloading device

[ən′lōd·iŋ di‚vīs]
(computer science)
Equipment that holds programs and other data that have been copied or removed from a computer system.
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The unloading device is shown in Figure 4; when the stress on the surface of the specimen almost vanishes, the loading plate will be drawn away by the stretched high-flexible spring, exposing a free face.
has shown the first clinical data presentations for its Atlas System, a unicompartmental joint unloading device for pre-arthroplasty knee osteoarthritis patients, the company said on Monday.
Optimized surgical treatment of acetabular edge and roof injuries in 46 cases was fixing the bone fragments with screws and in 22 cases was imposition of additional dynamic joint unloading device. All this allowed loading the extremity on the second day after surgery with preservation of joint motions in three planes: flexion-extension, adduction abduction and rotational movement.
A slitter/rewinder unloading device that is faster and safer than manual handling but cheaper than an automatic system has been introduced by the Reel & Shaft Handling Company (RaSHCo).
Optional equipment includes an automatic unloading device and powered decorative overlay roll holder with room for six rolls.
For ASAE/ISO 5687:1999(E), Equipment for Harvesting--Combine Harvesters--Determination and Designation of Grain Tank Capacity and Unloading Device Performance.
The use of limited manned production with a punch press is begun by equipping it with a loading and unloading device. Sheet transfer is generally based on vacuum technology (suction cups) and manipulators.
The UD 3000 unloading device is used to unload the sheets that had been held by the turret's clamps.
Larger parts are picked up by an unloading device that has 72 densely arranged suction cups individually programmed to conform to hole patterns and sheet size.