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Vertical deflection is described by two components: [xi]--value of vertical deflection in the meridian plane and [eta]--vertical deflection value in the first Vertical plane.
Designed especially for the turbine development market, the HU40A-5AX(T) horizontal machining center uses a standard 400mm pallet and automatically flips it from an easy-to-load horizontal position to a vertical plane.
Important in the area of the process, the air-cushion creates high stiffness and substrate flatness, thus enabling accurate positioning in the vertical plane.
In the vertical plane, the force of gravity is much smaller than the centrifugal force and therefore has a negligeable effect).
You get to the back bar down a few steps through a white wall studded with stainless-steel rods which project 50mm from the vertical plane and are set in a 750mm grid, Changing angles and qualities of light from above cause remarkable alterations in the patterns and shadows of these silver pins.
Similarly measuring parallelism in the horizontal is relatively easy to do as are measuring twist or roll in a vertical plane.
Among other experiments by Vollrath are those showing that rotating a web-building spider in the vertical plane results in "dramatically deranged' capture spirals but normal auxiliary spirals.
The electronics and light source sit beneath the optics with the light traveling through the Light Prescription Innovators' (LPI) primary optic to the center of the globe and the secondary LPI optic dispersing the light in a 360 degree pattern on the horizontal plane and 300 degree pattern on the vertical plane.
Tenders are invited for Supply of METALLIC EXPANSION BELLOW STYLE I & VI ON VERTICAL PLANE FOR MILL PA DUCTS OF HP 803 BOWL MILLS
The "turning point" in horizontal as well as in vertical plane shall be found in each measurement.
The vertical plane (indicated by yellow in [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED]) represents the total tolerance accumulation that affects the angle consistency.