rack face

rack face

n. one’s face after sleeping in a bed or rack. In the mirror, I saw an old man with “rack face” and a scraggly beard.
See also: face, rack
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Regardless of size, most AS/RS have the same basic configuration: Two rows of metal rack face each other with a narrow aisle in between.
Airflow exits the computational domain uniformly in the horizontal direction over the area of the rack face for any activated rack.
Together the two mounts allow larger monitors to be mounted in front of the rack face for a more finished look.
Included with this shelf is a rear support bracket that adjusts for any depth monitor, and keeps the monitor's screen flush with the front of the sloping rack face.
This shelf includes a rear support bracket that adjusts for any depth monitor and keeps the screen flush with the front of the sloping rack face.
Orderpickers fill this role; they easily move the operator up to a rack face for picking cartons off a pallet load.
At the rack face, a worker selects totes one at a time and places them on a roller conveyor spine that feeds 72 workstations (six pods of six workstations on each side of the conveyor).
This type of truck simply noses up to the rack face with its outriggers sliding into the bottom level, and either picks up or deposits a pallet.
One face of a double sided rack faces onto the block stacking area and is normally accessed to heights of 6.