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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.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners

stack

(stak)
To build up porcelain in the shape of a tooth in the fabrication of a tooth crown.
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The stacker reclaimer was delivered to Kamsar port from China in 12 separate modules.
So, to guarantee the effectiveness of anomaly detection for stacker running track, a reasonable data preprocessing procedure is very crucial to eliminate the noises that are contained in the dataset.
Stacker was lodged in the Lane County Jail after his arrest, but has spent most of the time since then free from custody after a judge granted him pretrial release.
In the fall, he would remove the hay basket and mount a homemade attachment with a grapple fork to the front of the hay stacker. The four tines of the grapple fork would be inserted in the haystack.
In the new Konecranes hybrid reach stacker, the driveline is a serial configured diesel/electric system consisting of a diesel engine, an electrical generator and an electrical traction motor.
The emergency reverse button stops and reverses movement of the stacker if the operator is traveling in the forward direction and gets caught in close quarters.
16 December 2010 - Finnish lifting-equipment maker Konecranes Oyj (HEL: KCR1V) said today it will supply nine reach stackers and 23 empty container handlers to Kuwait Ports Authority (KPA), without disclosing financial details.
Commercial Stimgraf, Guayaquil, Ecuador, ordered a line of plate production equipment that includes a ProVision Alliance, two UTM-H conveyor units, CD-H cross conveyor and stacker. The units will allow two CTP units to feed one ProVision Alliance.
Tyler's youtube demonstrations are a great way to learn about the different kinds of challenges that are expected from competitive stackers. At a Sport Stacking competition, stackers must complete different kinds of stacking challenges, or sequences, that are named for the number of stacks and cups they contain (for example, a 333 sequence would contain 3 stacks which have 3 cups each).
The intervention of the stacker to remove the cups straight from the mould replaces the time that would otherwise be taken within the thermoformer, and Mould & Matic says this can lead to cycle time reductions of 15-30 per cent.