strip marker

strip marker

In land mine warfare, a marker, natural, artificial, or specially installed, located at the start and finish of a mine strip. See also marker.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The use of mirrors, positioned so that the board or strip marker can see the underside of the piece he or she is working with, can be very effective.
However, since we were aware that this measure would not assure 100 percent accuracy, we corrected inaccuracies of the marker by adapting the digitized boards used for the computer solution to precisely reflect the data set identified by the strip marker. For example, often the marker ignored small character marks less than 1/4 inch in diameter for the C2F parts run.
For instance, while running low grades through the optimizing saws, the strip markers will have more defects to mark.