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a schematic drawings of fixtures that illustrate product placement.
Use and acceptance of the display offered by the advertiser.
The format for storing image data where, for a given resolution, every pixel in the image is represented by the appropriate data. Image processing programs such as Photoshop use the …
Abbreviation for picture element. The computer term for an image dot, i.e. the smallest unit of a digitally displayed image. The memory required by an image consisting of pixels is …
A notch usually cut on one side of a stock strip in a progressive die to control stock width and progression of the stock. Also called French cut and French …
An imperfection, a small crater in the surface of the plastic.
Elongated surface markings or depressions caused by localized plastic deformation that results from discontinuous (in homogeneous) yielding. Also known as Luders lines, Hartmann lines, or stretcher strains.
In blow molding, a raised edge around the cavity in the mold that seals off the part and separates the excess material as the mold closes around the parison in …
Long fern like creases usually diagonal to the direction of rolling.
Trimming excess material from a drawn part at the bottom of the stroke. Leaves drawn shell without an inside burr, but with an outside burr and a thinned edge.
A term applied when, after annealing, sheet or strip is lightly rolled with the object of preventing stretcher lines or kinks on subsequent cold working.
In copy preparation, the use of accurately positioned holes and special pins on copy, film, plates and presses to insure proper register or fit of colors.
A Personal Identification Number is a private access code or password.
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