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splice

(splīs)
tr.v. spliced, splicing, splices
To join together or insert (segments of DNA or RNA) so as to form new genetic combinations or alter a genetic structure.
n.
A joining by splicing.

splic′er n.

splice

(splīs)
To take two cut pieces and fasten them together; to link two cut segments of DNA.
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An offset mounting tube allows the blade to angle up and into the belt to remove carryback and as mechanical splices come by the belt cleaner the offset cam allows the mounting tube and blades to move downward away from the belt, therefore improving the life of the belt cleaner blades while not damaging or bending the mounting tubes.
of clearance is needed to install the system and to maintain it, especially with the company's Quick-Change slide-out mounting design, and it is safe for mechanical splices and belt speeds up to 1,000fpm (5m/sec).
They have developed a system that captures images of mechanical splices on moving belts and sends them to a computer on the surface.
FM transmission networks accommodate flat cleave mechanical splices and PC connectors to achieve optimum performance while yielding significant cost savings over traditional fusion fiber splicing.
Optical fibre connections: Describes the features, characteristics and uses of different types of fibre connection including mechanical splices, demountable connectors and fusion splices.
Founded by Mike and Nancy Domaille in 1990, Domaille manufactures a series of polishing machines, polishing fixtures, and rubber polishing pads used to finish the ends of fiber optic cable for connectors and mechanical splices.
A recent failure of adhesive resins for the hot splices on the conveyor belts required installation of mechanical splices in some critical areas.

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