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Axis

In Cartesian charting, a line that bisects a chart. The x-axis cuts a chart horizontally, while the y-axis cuts it vertically.
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Each axis has individual servomotor and operates at speeds up to 3 m/sec.
One is the central dipole, which goes through the planet's core and aligns with the rotation axis.
Multi-axis Compaction Table--Multi-axis, or x-y-z, tables used many of the same components found in vertical and horizontal axis tables.
These products are supported by AXIS Camera Station (http://www.
Learn more about the new AXIS M-lines digital video surveillance kits for small and medium-sized businesses at http://www.
Axis was founded in 1984 and is listed on the Nordic List, Mid Cap, Information Technology.
The simple operation of the Axis Ballasts, and the energy savings they provide is always a highlight.
Jordan-Foster joins AXIS Insurance from Zurich North America where she most recently was Executive Vice President of the Healthcare and Railroad units within the company's Specialties Business Division.
All Multilifts are freely programmable with Selogica machine control systems and can be positioned longitudinally or transverse to machine axis.
Under this strategic reorganization of AXIS Insurance, AXIS Insurance will have the following four divisions managed across all geographic locations: Specialty Lines, Professional Lines, Capital Risk Solutions and AXIS Select Markets.
Sytrama's new model RSV 102E3 is a hybrid of sorts: It achieves a balance of cost and performance by using a linear motor only on the telescoping Y (vertical) axis.