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cycle

noun age, alternation, circle, circuit, consecution, course, eon, epoch, era, flow, period, recurrence, recurring period, regular return, regglarity of recurrence, repetitiveness, revolution, rotation, round, sequence, succession
See also: annum, frequency, life, sequence, succession
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For example, it may be possible to modify a machine cycle so that high velocities (which need higher flow rates) do not occur simultaneously with high load reaction, which need high pressures.
The machine that performs two or more overhead functions in parallel and still provides best-in-class accuracy and repeatability will likely show the fastest machine cycle time, using this expanded definition.
In the machine cycle, a completely newly designed software and hardware unit is taking over the flow rate control in the hydraulic system.
This, I was consuming with one hand, while reading a newspaper with the other, at the same time as waiting for the washing machine cycle to finish so I could unload the contents, and mentally running through the phone calls I needed to make.
Step one in the optimization process is to define the machine cycle.
Enhanced CPU Core with Two-Clock Machine Cycle Gives LZ87010 a Six
is wipe-clean and can survive a washing machine cycle.
The speed of up to 150 mm/s offers a quick return stroke and hence a short machine cycle, even for a long idle stroke.
It became clear that the machine cycle was limited strictly by the existing robots and end-of-arm tooling," says Condon.
Optimised robotic motion profiles assure high machine cycle rates, while optimized tool centre point programming assure gentle product handling at high speeds.
Productivity is said to be improved due to reduced machine cycle time and mold change time.
advanced common line cutting features for reduced machine cycle time and material use, free-form high-performance nesting (FFHPN), and rectangular high-performance nesting (HP-RAN).