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rigid

(rĭ′jĭd) [L. rigidus]
Stiff, hard, unyielding.
References in classic literature ?
The unfortunate creature's tongue seemed hardly to have been moistened in it before it gave a convulsive shiver in every limb, and lay as rigid and lifeless as if it had been struck by lightning.
About rigid packaging Rigid packaging refers to packaging materials that are not flexible or do not change shape with changes in temperature.
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Rigid packaging is ideal for transportation across longer distances as it helps keep finished products safer for longer.
Molex Incorporated introduced its Rigid Flex Circuits and Assemblies.
World demand for rigid packaging is forecast to increase 6.
The molding device includes one or more rigid elements joined to a flexible member along an attachment point or line on the connecting surface of the rigid element.
BANNOCKBURN, IL -- The IPC (Association Connecting Electronics Industries) announced May 2008 book-to-bill ratios for rigid PCB shipments was up 5.
BANNOCKBURN, IL -- IPC, Association Connecting Electronics Industries, reported the North American rigid PCB industry book-to-bill ratio for March 2007 moved up to 0.
For providing competitive prices and top quality cases, backed by high levels of customer service, Rigid has been awarded sole supplier status for all Constar's packaging needs.
Molding higher volumes of a rigid thin-wall part typically means going to a larger press for increased injection and clamping capacity.
Examination was performed with a distal-chip flexible laryngoscope and a rigid laryngeal 70[degrees] telescope.