Axis defined by measuring 6.75" from both the x-axis and y-axis and extending from that point through the center of gravity of the ball.

In a gyro, an axis through the center of gravity and mutually perpendicular to both the X (spin) and Y axes.

points, representing a straight line, which are perpendicular to a video source. The Z-Axis is used as a reference for depth (to enlarge or reduce an image) in video effects mechanisms.

(1) A third dimension added to a crossplot of two parameters in an X-Y plane. The z-axis is perpendicular to both x- and y-axes. (2) In well logging, variation of the intensity of the recording spot is called z-axis variation, as in Micro-Seismogram.

1] Represents the intensity or brightness of the display on an Oscilloscope [2] In a Cartesian coordinate system, the axis which is perpendicular to the x-y plain

the third axis in a 3-dimensional coordinate system

The third dimension in a graphics image. The width is the x-axis and the height is the y-axis.

Mathematical Perpendicular Axis to X-axis & Y-axis.

One of the axes in a three-dimensional system, that is not the x- or y-axis.

Third or height axis of a three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system that crosses the XY axis plane at a 90-degree angle. The Z-axis is normally used to represent elevation above sea level.

Conventionally, the vertical axis in any three-dimensional co-ordinate system.

In composite laminates, the reference axis normal to the plane of the laminate.