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in·sert

(in-sert'),
1. An additional length of base pairs in DNA that has been introduced into that DNA.
2. An additional length of bases that has been introduced into RNA.
3. An additional length of amino acyl residues that has been introduced into a protein.
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insert

(in-sĕrt′, sense 1) (in′sĕrt″, sense 2) [L. inserere, to sow, plant in, implant]
1. To place or put within.
2. An object that is placed or put inside another.
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Externally threaded inserts from Challenge Europe also include helical inserts, often used for thread repair or to provide a higher performance thread form than might otherwise be possible.
The process used for placing the metal inserts is driven by the volume of parts being run.
A total of 119 package inserts were collected over the study period, out of which 9 were duplicate and hence were excluded from the study.
Folder Check: Each complete package should have its own physical "folder," where all inserts have been checked-in for the appropriate insertion order, code, catch line, etc.
Typically about 10 cm wide and machined from hardened stainless steel, a flow insert is specially designed to generate a corrective layer profile for a polymer with specific flow properties.
From the dependency graph of number of shocks on the cutting speed at 0,15 mm feed can be concluded that the number of shocks is maximal for all cutting inserts at [v.sub.c] = 408 m/min and [v.sub.c] = 580 m/min.
Depending on the nature of the parts and volume being produced, inserts can be loaded into molds either manually or automatically by robots.
There is an increase in electrical conductivity from untreated to normal cryogenic treated inserts. The free electrons are primarily responsible for the electrical and thermal conductivity of metals and alloys, therefore, the wiedemann-franz-loranz Law can be applied to relate the thermal conductivity to the electrical resistivity.
When modifying the technological process of making die inserts, the HSM milling strategy with variable feed values available within the Mastercam was used.
Several tests were run by swapping the plugged and vented inserts in the tooling, and each time voids were found when the conventional vents were used and eliminated when the inserts with the plugged venting area were used.
The SAPI doesn't come in those sizes, so order the X-large inserts. All size inserts are interchangeable between front and back pockets.