closed position


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closed position

A position with the feet in first, third or fifth.
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To close, press down on the lever to disengage then swing the blade back into the closed position.
As the gas pressure decreases the opening closes and the plunger goes back into the closed position in the wall until the next cycle.
When the panel is in its closed position, it creates an upper and lower compartment; when open, it becomes a one-compartment tote bag.
In addition to durability, the case also features a dual lock screen closure that secures the device while in the closed position.
Magnets hold the fixed pin guard in the open or closed position, while rubber dampeners ensure the operation will be completely quiet in the field.
The polyurethane cover protects the solar panels in the closed position and provides a multi-angle stand for solar charging in the open position.
This feature is for stowing arrows in your quiver without having to remove the head, but you can also shoot it in the closed position for longer body shots on gobblers as well as at hogs in states where birds and boars coexist.
When liquid is flowing, halves cannot be uncoupled without turning handles to the closed position.
The walnut trim on the sides and bottom would be mitered along the entire length to allow the front edge of each side to meet and nest together when in the closed position.
Similarly, with gate and globe valves, the closed position can vary through the effects of valve seat wear.
It is available with a Quick Seal drum lid mechanism that readily latches open and shut to expedite emptying or changeout of the drum and exerts heavy mechanical pressure on the lid in the closed position, creating a tight gasketed seal that prevents dust migration.
They are motorized with SMART motor/encoder combination and can be controlled in closed position mode offering high resolution and multi-axes daisy-chain operation, with increased speed and high-speed torque.