misfeed


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misfeed

(ˌmɪsˈfiːd)
n
the act of feeding a machine, copier, printer, etc, with materials incorrectly
vb (tr) , -feeds, -feeding or -fed (-fɛd)
to feed (a machine, copier, printer, etc) with materials incorrectlyto feed (a person or animal) with incorrect food
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Each of the 14 current models BLI tested1 tout easily replaceable components, extraordinarily comprehensive usability, and an astonishing overall misfeed rate of just 1 every 426,000 impressions2, making them some of the most productive and reliable machines to pass through our labs to date, says George Mikolay, associate director of copiers/production for Keypoint Intelligence Buyers Lab.
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When the slide got a little sluggish at 890 rounds and started to misfeed, I oiled it a tad, and it returned to flawless function.
If the diameter is oversized, or the ovality (roundness) varies, filament can misfeed or even jam in the feeder.
I experienced not one misfeed and the more I used it, the easier it was to load.
This can cause all sorts of problems for a number of processes, products and production lines-from machines that misfeed, jam or fail, through to products that degrade prematurely.
The durability and reliability of its print engine was also highlighted, having completed 60,000 impressions and 12,000 scans without any misfeed issues or service calls.
Its ultrasonic misfeed detection ensures all documents are imaged correctly.
If you misfeed some paper - insert it at the wrong angle, or folded over - the Fellowes will either step on the turbo boost and power through it, or reverse gears to expel the misfed sheet.
Unfortunately, should a misfeed occur (either with the assembly equipment or because of a defect in the molded part) it can have a "domino effect" that results in a stoppage of the mold.