ultraprecise

ultraprecise

(ˌʌltrəprɪˈsaɪs)
adj
extremely accurate
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Its core technologies comprise of IP and a proprietary world class replication technique to produce high end hybrid optical lenses combined with ultraprecise glass and surface structuring, optical and mechanical coatings and opto-mechanical and -electronic assemblies.
Grace aux nombreux essais en conditions reelles, au cours desquels les ingenieurs charges du chassis ont peaufine le systeme de suspension, la nouvelle RC offre une souplesse de roulement exceptionnelle et une maniabilite ultraprecise. Elle beneficie aussi de nouveaux amortisseurs, qui procurent une force d'amortissement substantielle et des coussinets plus fermes.
XTPL ultraprecise printing of nanomaterials is a pioneering printing system designed to make it possible to precisely apply to the printing surface a special ink formulated for this purpose in the company's laboratories.
According to Hall, NI serves a variety of test and measurement needs within the semiconductor test industry, ranging from ultraprecise DC measurements to mmWave measurements.
Stable frequency references, which are used to calibrate clocks and instruments that make ultraprecise measurements, are usually only accessible at facilities that generate them using expensive atomic clocks.
From the foregoing, we can see that the precise adjustment of the reflector must be carried out with an ultraprecise actuator.
To make these ultraprecise measurements, the DES team developed new ways to detect the tiny lensing distortions of galaxy images, an effect not even visible to the eye, enabling revolutionary advances in understanding these cosmic signals.
Ding [24] simulated an ultraprecise cutting process, proposed an algorithm that is suitable for measuring the residual stress on the cutting surface, processed the simulation data on the MATLAB platform, and employed a statistical method to establish a model for predicting the residual stress amplitude and depth.
According to [6,7], an instance of ultraprecise machining/cutting can be use to machine the desired retroreflective features directly into the raw stock.
Crepp is building an instrument at Notre Dame named the iLocater that will be the first ultraprecise Doppler spectrometer to be fiber-fed and operated behind an adaptive optics system.
Put an ultraprecise clock inside a satellite and the time will fluctuate based on more than just altitude.