endgate

endgate

(ˈɛndˌɡeɪt)
n
the tailboard of a vehicle
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One is a triple box unit, even including a hinged endgate. The detail is microscopic: The pull pin for the evener is really a wrench used to take off axle nuts so that the wheel could be pulled for greasing, just like the real one!
The vehicle also sports an SMC endgate panel and a composite MidGate[R], separating the cargo and passenger areas.
Additionally, the 2004 XUV features a SMC composite endgate inner panel, manufactured by ThyssenKrupp Budd.
GM also chose SMC and a structural reaction injection molding (SRIM) composite for the 2004 Hummer H2 SUT endgate assembly.
The steering committee consisted of Ed Francoski of IBM, Chris McKleroy of Endgate, Jim Clemans of Lucent Technologies, Olaf Nurmepuu of Motorola and Donn Harvey of Metawave.
EndWave, which was formed recently by the merger of TRW Milliwave (NYSE: TRW) with privately held Endgate Corporation, is a global provider of broadband wireless access equipment including specialized antennas, transceivers and Outdoor Units (ODUs) -- units that transmit and receive radio signals and serve as the "engines" of broadband wireless Internet access systems and cellular backhaul.
Resting on an original Studebaker gear, the wagon still boasted bright logos on both sides of the box as well as the folding endgate. Conspicuously positioned below each logo, though, was the word "Model." It was painted in the same yellow and black tones as the Studebaker name, but used a smaller block style of lettering.
Other examples of the use of SMC in 2004 vehicles include the roof module, endgate panel, and "MidGate" structure that separates the passenger compartment from the cargo area on the GMC Envoy XUV.
and first-mile broadband engine supplier for e-business gateways Endgate Corp.
The steering committee comprised Ed Frankoski, IBM Microelectronics; Chris McKleroy, Endgate; and Jim Clemans, Lucent Technologies.
The Symposium will start with the Plenary Session featuring US Federal Communications Commission Chairman Reed Hundt addressing the universal impact of the new telecommunications law, and Edward Tuck, chairman of Endgate Corp.
Reed Hundt, US Federal Communications Commission Edward Tuck, Chairman, Endgate Corp.