quick-change


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Adj.1.quick-change - adept at changing from one thing to another especially changing costumes; "a quick-change artist"
changeful, changeable - such that alteration is possible; having a marked tendency to change; "changeable behavior"; "changeable moods"; "changeable prices"
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quick-change

[ˈkwɪkˈtʃeɪndʒ] ADJ (Theat) quick-change artisttransformista mf
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As soon as I passed into the saloon he vanished, but only to reappear instantly, buttoning up a jacket he had put on with the swiftness of a "quick-change" artist.
I got the idea to make up a set of quick-change copper jaws which can be exchanged in a minute as the need arises.
Velocity claims that the technologies will reduce operating costs for blow molders, with the quick-change capabilities eliminating the need for multiple production lines to produce different containers.
In addition, TrueCoat slot applicators are easy to maintain, featuring quick-change filters and modules as well as flange-on solenoids.
None of the three variants require an external plug for the quick-change head any longer, because the electrical contacts are internal.
Hardinge HQC quick-change collet systems can be changed from one size collet to another size in less than 20sec.
The DelFlo closed-loop recirculating marking system, featuring disposable ink cartridges and quick-change connectors, are said to add new productivity levels to tire marking systems exclusively available from the company.
On large conveyors, the quick-change design allows 95% or better time savings, the company says--45 minutes to two hours in downtime compared to a conventional stand mounting--not to mention saving money in lost production on an unplanned change.
(61 cm) in diameter or with a quick-change fixture designed to hold each type of component.
Quick-change tooling allows product change within seconds.
As part of the four-month, $419-million upgrade plan (the last Dodge Neon rolled off the assembly line in September 2005), Chrysler gutted the body shop and installed more than 780 new ABB robots that are fitted with quick-change end effectors, not the typical dedicated tooling often found in assembly plants.