inches per second


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inches per second

A unit of speed representing the number of inches traveled in one second.
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Au said the 1771-QB permits sawmill operators to move the saw 15 to 20 inches per second to meet changes in width between 1 and 8 inches.
Offering maximum dimensions of 12 x 12 feet, features include a gear-driven push-pull movement at a rate of 24 inches per second, and a 27-ounce per square yard PVC door curtain with soft bottom edge design and side sealing zippers.
The curtains open and close at the rate of 32 inches per second, so castings can quickly enter the FPI area.
As with Nergeco's DuraRoll product line, this door opens and closes at a speed of 48 inches per second for efficient climate control and reduced energy consumption.
It prints up to 5,000 labels at day at a rate of 8 inches per second. Other highlights include multiple standard connectivity options, such as Ethernet, USB host, USB device and Serial.
Speed is the essence of proper foaming, he explained, with an ideal minimum injection velocity being no less than 5 inches per second. Occasionally, he recalled, he will encounter shops where machinery dates back to the 1960s or '70s.
wide beads at 5 to 7 inches per second. Presumably dosed with rheology and viscosity modifying admixtures, the 6,000-psi mix is produced in the equivalent of a portable batch plant; dubbed Magma, it is transported along with the Vulcan II in a custom trailer.
The moon orbits the asteroid at a speed of about seven inches per second. They hope to change the speed by about a centimetre per second.
Men in England in their first marriage walked four inches per second faster than never-married men and three inches per second faster than widowers.
Opens and closes at speeds of up to 12 inches per second. Additional features include a floor-level controller for easy access control, universal components for maintenance and a built-in braking mechanism to enhance safety.