The part of an injection molding machine incorporating the platens that provides the force necessary to hold the mold closed during injection of the molten resin and open the mold to eject the molded part.
RWX textureaddressmode command mode to hold the texture down to the edge color when UV coordinates fall outside the range 0 to 1. Other modes are wrap for tiled textures (default) and mirror for tiled but alternately flipped textures
A plastic or metal appliance with a tapered spindle on top that holds the styling block and which has a threaded screw underneath that attaches it to a table or other flat surface. The spindle may be securely adjusted to accommodate many working angles. There are also types of styling holders that use suction instead of the screw-type attachment. We carry both types and they may be found in the STYLING TOOLS section on our site.
a versatile tool that serves as a temporary device for holding work securely in place. Used for many applications including carpentry, woodworking, furniture making, welding, construction, and metalworking.
A clamp is a fastening device to hold or secure objects tightly together to prevent movement or separation through the application of inward pressure. In the United Kingdom and Australia, the term cramp is often used instead when the tool is for temporary use for positioning components during construction and woodworking; thus a G cramp or a sash cramp but a wheel clamp or a surgical clamp.
A large area with walls possibly of timber but normally concrete which is used to store Silage. The clamp is filled with chopped grass from a forage harvester and compacted by tractor or handler and then sealed by means of a polythene membrane. Most moderns clamps are roofed.
A circuit that forces a specific portion (either the back porch or the sync tip) of the video signal to a specific DC voltage, to restore the DC level. Also called "DC restore." A black level clamp to ground circuit forces the back-porch voltage to be equal to zero volts. A peak clamp forces the sync-tip voltage to be equal to a specified voltage.
A clamp or clamp circuit is an electrical circuit used to prevent another circuit from exceeding a certain predetermined voltage level. It operates by sensing the output voltage of the monitored circuit and then if the output voltage threatens to exceed the preset limit, applies an electric load which draws greater and greater current from the output in a regulated manner in order to prevent the output voltage from exceeding the predetermined voltage level. The clamp circuit works only if it has a lower output impedance than the monitored circuit thereby overpowering that circuit.
connection a recurving outgrowth of a cell that, at cell division, acts as a bridge to allow passage of one of the products of nuclear division into the penultimate cell, thereby assuring maintenance of the dikaryotic condition.