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n. a dupe; a victim selected for a theft or a swindle. (Underworld.) I bumped the mark on the shoulder, and he put his hand on his wallet just like always.
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Dunnage inside ISO or MILVAN containers must be stamped with certification markings that include DUN to indicate dunnage.
Internal mixing, calendering, assembly, final finish and post-cure marking all have begun to move toward integrated marking and product tracking.
Effective July 1, 2006 all commercial buildings (occupancy group E--high rise) will be required to have exit path markings conforming to a newly formed Reference Standard 6-1.
In terms of the physical marking medium, one-dimensional (1D) Code 39-compliant barcode nameplates/labels was the most widely used and affordable solution.
Aesthetic" laser marking is the 10% of the market that has lots of potential for growth in replacing ink-based technologies.
A more complete discussion of marks and marking in discourse can be found in Dissemination.
A ruggedized Intermec CV60 touch screen computer with electronic data input capability and user friendly software will drive the system and enable operators to quickly and accurately identify proper marking techniques by part category.
Because our fleet management effort required parts marking as a key enabler, another solution was necessary.
Laser marking - which consumes only electricity and cooling water - eliminates use of printing inks, solvents, and plates.
Now the automotive, defense, medical, aerospace and other industries can have permanent marking capability for product identification and traceability.
The purpose of this report is to explain what markings are necessary, and what techniques are available to meet those necessities in key world markets, and also to analyse the different marking techniques to evaluate the most effective technique for a given application.
Founded in 1998, RMI Laser Division manufactures a line of compact, turnkey laser marking systems based on Nd:YVO4 technology.
Similarly, the CE marking denotes that the product complies with the applicable European Directive.
WirePro system then takes control of the wire stripping and marking machines and supplies them with the data and commands necessary to make wires and harnesses.
It is one of a number of solution sets the companies are developing to provide the aerospace industry with seamless part marking, reading and tracking systems that stand up to the rigors of aerospace manufacture.