flatness


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the property of having two dimensions

a want of animation or brilliance

the property of having little or no contrast

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As per BE[micro]hm, Our stationary flatness measurement system offered a persuasive choice thanks to its innovative measurement and calibration method.
If it cannot be measured, it cannot be manufactured, especially if the flatness specification is less than ten micrometers over the entire surface of the image mask," said Tom Dunn, engineering manager for Corning Tropel.
The actual cuts and attachments are of course more tangible than most painted gestures, and in foregrounding references to handwork practices like sewing, in which wholes depend on the presence of seams, the sculptural aspect of Tse's work is rearticulated against the flatness.
01%), an important factor in maintaining disc flatness.
Exposito's knack for making his figures burst from the picture's borders may seem paradoxical given his work's neo-geo flatness, but it is in these ruptures that he develops the virtuality his paintings' affect conveys.
The test fixture was holding the simulated seals closed with 20 lb of force, and the seals would deform enough to compensate for any knit lines or uneven flatness in the valve seats, allowing a bad seat to pass the test.
Device yields begin with the bare wafer and ADE's leading technology provides early insight to surface defect, shape, flatness and nanotopography of advanced 300mm substrates.
No matter what painters you might have thought had taken the discourse of flatness to its limit, Litzmann at the very least matches them.
The industry delivered on Flatness and Test Data in 2004, however these parameters were low on the list of priorities for the end-user.
Balthus has an aristocratic acceptance of painting from life, of disdaining flatness, or the recessed flatness of someone like Johns.
BOSTON -- The latest Strategy Analytics study on the bulk GaAs wafer industry, "SI GaAs Bulk Substrates 2004: Vendor Ratings and Customer Satisfaction," showed that suppliers were meeting customer expectations in the commercial areas of technical support and complaints, as well as technical requirements for wafer flatness.
Rather than identifying modern pictorialism with a shift from "Renaissance" three-dimensional illusion to the literal, two-dimensional flatness favored by formalists, he offered an angled alternative.
The sub-nanometer site flatness measurement precision offers better control of the polishing process, and supports the ITRS roadmap requirements at and beyond the 35nm technology node.
What makes Gerritz's graphite drawings bizarre is that they absorb the space of the body--specifically, the artist's own--into their Minimalist flatness and density, however different the dimensions involved.
New Devices from Inphi Are the Industry's Only True DC to 10 GHz (3 dB) Amplifiers with Exceptional Linearity, Gain Flatness and Large Output Amplitude