semi-flexible

semi-flexible

adj
partially flexible; involving or possessing some flexibility
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The single-use disposable, semi-flexible, easy-to-use and patient-friendly Uro-V System represents a major advance in diagnostic cystoscopy.
prostheses for patients who require semi-flexible and / or radiopaque ring support and who facilitate future tavi implants.
Lambert's 24-year career in flexible packaging has provided him with a thorough understanding of flexible, semi-flexible and rigid packaging for a variety of markets.
Defined not only by its amazing picture quality, but also by its jaw-dropping design, the 77-inch LG SIGNATURE OLED TV W flaunts a previously impossible form factor, featuring an amazingly thin, semi-flexible screen that attaches to the wall with magnets.
His 24-year career has provided him with a thorough understanding of flexible, semi-flexible and rigid packaging for the food, liquid, commercial and industrial markets.
com)-- MakeShaper, a 3D filament and supply company based in North Carolina, has recently launched four new filaments: High impact polystyrene (HIPS), semi-flexible thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) 90A, carbon fiber polylactic acid (PLA) and glow-in-the-dark PLA.
The semi-flexible tube endoscope was first developed and used by Georg KeMing in 1898 (9).
Among the resins that are making gains in devices are flexible and semi-flexible grades for catheters, tubing, gaskets and seals.
Europe decided on a common currency partly because of the difficulty in maintaining looser interdependence through a semi-flexible system called the Exchange Rate Mechanism.
I used wax and then latex rubber and semi-flexible foam--all of which have a very tactile quality.
Most of the cheap air fares or semi-flexible ones are not refundable," said a reliable source at the PACP.