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Always try to avoid tunnel gating into a part that has a large taper, or into a radius.
By following several steps in pressurized and non-pressurized design, metalcasters can agree on the basic principles of gating.
Fish and Wildlife Service prepared Recovery Plans for Virginia big-ear bats, Indiana bats, and others, and formed a Recovery Team made up of bat experts who recommended gating or fencing important bat caves and placing warning/interpretive signs in others, Martoglio says.
PowerTheater 65's hierarchical clock gating provides users with added control on where the integrated clock gating cells are to be inferred.
Before I get into some gating details, I want you to understand my basic concept.
Aluminum gating systems are non-pressurized so that metal is not squired into the mold through the ingates.
Saves up to 25% of total clock power with increasingly Silicon-Aware, accurate prediction of the effects of clock gating on a design.
SCVG is available in Ultra 500,750, and 1000 sizes and VG or VX gating styles.
Several examples where bottom gating has solved defect problems at AG Anderson are explored.
Solution thermal spike valve torpedoes with on/off tip control are described as electronic runnerless valve gating.
The gating system consisted of a downsprue with two separate ingates, one for each casting, fed by a single 3 x 6-in.
Patented bi-metallic nozzles allows the processing of critical materials with thermal gating featuring imperceptible gate vestige and minimum heat transfer to the part cavity thereby increasing cycle times.