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baseplate

(ˈbeɪsˌpleɪt)
n
a flat supporting plate or frame at the base of a column, designed to distribute the column's weight over a greater area and provide increased stability
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The average position of the glenoid baseplate peg from the inferior glenoid rim was 19.1 [+ or -] 2.4 mm.
Using a non-solid, self-healing electrolyte, as well as a heat-resistant pad and molded baseplate, the ECL Series of polarized aluminum electrolytic capacitors from Vishay Intertechnology can operate at temperatures as high as 105[degrees]C.
The permanently aligned optical design fixes all optical component to a cast iron baseplate, which guarantees the system is aligned throughout the entire measurement.
* More structural foam: In a tough-to-beat feat of parts consolidation, Abbot Diagnostics Div., Irving, Texas, brought out a baseplate for a blood analyzer, molded by FM Corp., Rogers, Ariz.
The AMT series kits include nine sleeve options ranging from 2 mm to 8 mm, two simple mounting tools, and either one standard baseplate (AMT20) or one standard baseplate and one wide baseplate (AMT21 and AMT23) with multiple pre-drilled mounting hole patterns designed to mate with a broad range of motors.
Design variations include baseplate profile, baseplate size, backside geometry, center of rotation (COR), surface finish and coatings, fixation screw diameters, number of fixation screw options, and type of screw fixation.
Cooled by a conductive baseplate that can be attached to an exteral heat sink, the converter is rated for operation from -25[degrees]C to 50[degrees]C temperature range without derating.
The newly designed, 40"-tall cage includes a baseplate of reinforced stainless steel that supports the compact A-P.
Charles, Ill., features a heavy-duty, 20-kHz thruster press, a new ergonomically designed baseplate, and an ultrasonic generator available with 2000 or 3000 watts of power.
- Drawing - BS80A Adjustment Switch Baseplate & Switch
Quantify the amount of cortical and cancellous glenoid bone removed by inferiorly tilting the glenoid baseplate with two different rTSA prostheses, and
The rear sight is mounted on a baseplate that fits into the milled recess that is used for installing an electronic-dot reflex-type sight.