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Stack

A unit of volume equivalent to 108 cubic feet. It is used in the sale of firewood.
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With the 2009 World Sport Stacking Championships coming up this April in Denver, Colorado, Tyler just might realize his dream.
The MHD III is said to have an excellent track record for stacking unvulcanized rubber strip for extruder, strainer and molding machine applications.
The accurate strip stacker, also known as an AccuStrip stacker, was developed to resolve the problems associated with manual stacking (i.
In contrast to a completely modular design, Davis-Standard offers a collection of stacking spiral mandrels surrounded by a common die body.
Sport stacking is a new sport that involves up stacking and down stacking 12 specially designed Speed Stacks cups in predetermined formations at "faster-than-light" speeds.
The strips are connected only by notches, keeping the sheet intact for easy handling during the coating, cooling and stacking process.
This year's tournament, sanctioned by the World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA), brought together over 1,100 of the fastest sport stackers from around the world.
VStaX(TM) Stacking -- Utilizes scalable switch inter-connect architecture for a single point of management with stack-wide feature consistency and optimal use of stack link capacity.
WHAT:The ultimate showdown of speed and coordination as a NY GIANT and NY JET go head to head in a sport stacking competition presented by Play Along, as the company debuts its new Speed Stacks(R) at the NY International Toy Fair.
Flip-Stack CSP enables higher levels of silicon integration and device performance by stacking flash or mobile DRAM memory over high performance logic chips, such as DSP and ASIC.