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As for the volunteer flatteners, their work is not done yet: "We've now got to start on the disputed wills, and have other ones in the future from other areas.
Auto flatteners, grapples and balers are also made.
His first two flatteners, for example, are the end of communism and the rise of the Internet, exemplified respectively by the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the initial public offering of Netscape stock in 1995.
72-130-3FT-48 focal reducer/field flattener with either 42- or 48-mm threads to attach your camera.
Other types of additives include catalysts, thickeners, stabilizers, emulsifiers, texturizers, adhesion promoters, UV stabilizers, flatteners (de-glossing agents), biocides to fight bacterial growth, and the like.
For years, we've had customers who have been asking us to give them the same reliability and production in a logger to which they've become accustomed with their Big MAC flatteners," says West.
Quick clamp carriers (shown above) feature heavy-duty frames and corrosion-resistant clamps; pneumatic, hydraulic or fully automatic clamp tighteners; and pneumatic panel flatteners.
SPECTOR Ion Beam Deposition Systems are ideal for the production of optical components such as DWDM filters, gain flatteners, dichroic filters, low loss laser mirrors, interleavers and optical isolators.
Today there are many astrophotography setups having focal reducers or field flatteners with a fixed back focus of only 55 mm (a standard set by the popular T-system that hails from the early days of conventional SLR film cameras).
How often you'll be able to use the service isn't explained, but I'd imagine there will be a limit to how many times repeat battery flatteners will be bailed out.
Friedman says these flatteners converged around the year 2000, and "created a flat world: a global, web-enabled platform for multiple forms of sharing knowledge and work, irrespective of time, distance, geography and increasingly, language.