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stack

(stăk) [ME. stak]
1. To place objects directly on top of others.
2. To perform a procedure immediately after a preceding one, without interruption or pause.

stack

(stak)
To build up porcelain in the shape of a tooth in the fabrication of a tooth crown.
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The container terminal currently utilizes seven reach stackers for yard and vessel operations.
However, because the running state of stacker is influenced by the state of the stacker's component, the scene environment, the data acquisition equipment, and so on, the data set acquired from the system will contain a lot of noise.
The SMV 4531 TC5 reach stacker has the ability to lift up to 45 tonnes of weight, five containers high - on the first row - and up to 16 tonnes, three rows deep.
The new hybrid Konecranes reach stacker is being field-tested at the container terminal in Port of Helsingborg, situated at the narrowest point of the sound between Sweden and Denmark.
Recent Glunz & Jensen overseas users include United Printing and Publishing, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, where two ProVision Alliance punch/benders, three UTM-H conveyors, two CD-H cross conveyors and two stackers will allow three CTP engines to feed the two punch/benders.
Like all athletes, Sport Stackers have their own special language.
Improvements have been made to the Pick-up Stacker thermoformed up stacker from Mould & Matic Solutions in Austria to improve both its performance and its looks.
* While the bin can be installed on virtually any McCloskey stacker, the company expects it will become most popular on stackers sized in the 80- to 125-foot range
Traditional practices designed around four-way entry pallets throughout the production area precluded the use of conventional wrap-over fork stackers, and counterbalance stackers had been eliminated as too large for the available space.
Productivity Improvements in Rotary Die Cut Stackers
To improve pile quality on lightweight and/or static-prone materials, Maxson now offers an enhancement to its stackers that incorporates tapes over the pile, a unique air delivery system and a connecting frame that mechanically adjusts the stacker when setting up the size in the delivery system.
According to TMHU, each new lift truck, as with the company's existing line of electric walkie stackers, is engineered with metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET) controller system and separately excited motor (SEM) drive technologies, "resulting in increased battery efficiency, stepless acceleration and improved operator control."