bendable


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Adj.1.Bendable - capable of being bent or flexed or twisted without breakingbendable - capable of being bent or flexed or twisted without breaking; "a flexible wire"; "a pliant young tree"
flexile, flexible - able to flex; able to bend easily; "slim flexible birches"
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Samsung is looking at using bendable glass for the new device's display.
In its 2D form, gold becomes flexible that adds to its potential of being used more efficiently such as in bendable screens, electronic inks, medical diagnostic tests, and water purification systems.
According to Patently Apple, the patent is for an electronic device with a display and cover that are flexible or bendable. The flexible cover layer may be formed from materials like glass, strengthened glass, sapphire or zirconia to provide protection to the flexible display from potential damage.
The shorter, more pliable blue wavelengths of light are scattered outside the Earth's shadow and the longer, less bendable red wavelengths are refracted towards the moon.
LG on Monday unveiled a roll-up television screen as a trend of bendable displays began taking shape at a consumer electronics extravaganza in Las Vegas.
The use of a limited array of rigid suction devices results in numerous exchanges of instruments, with attempts to use other angled instruments that are less effective than our new approach with a bendable suction.
"Imron 3.5 Black Flexible Topcoat's bendable design, is formulated to prevent cracking or chipping, and improving longevity," said Eric Kwasnicka, Axalta product manager, Industrial North America.
Key statement: The present application relates to a tire (2) comprising a tread portion (4) and sidewalls (6) terminating with beads, with inner sides defining an annular cavity; a deformable structure (8) located in the annular cavity in contact with the inner side of the tread portion (4), said structure (8) comprising bendable elements (10); wherein the bendable elements (10) of the deformable structure (8) comprise a piezoelectric material (102) so as to produce electrical energy from bending of said elements (10) and comprise at least one thermoelectric material (101, 103) so as to produce electrical energy from heat of said elements.
Koh admitted that the mystery device had been 'complicated' to develop, and rumors have suggested Samsung will launch a phone with a bendable display under the company's Galaxy Note line.
The welded bracket seat belt collars for automotive travel safety, and there is a bendable rope perch.
My laboratory at the University of Michigan, along with many other laboratories around the world, has shown it is possible to make concrete more ductile that is, bendable without fracturing.
Chassis for a hoist aerial ladder with basket with bendable top ladder dla (k) 23/12