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footprint

The area of land physically occupied by a building, including its square footage and shape.

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"The market was asking for a rig that was easy to transport, had a small foot print, that could go into the ground at a steep entry angle and that also delivered a high degree of torque," said Sharpe.
The company said the facility will reportedly increase FDF's foot print in the south Texas region as well as improve support of the drilling activities in the Eagleford shale, which is one of the most active and fastest growing shale plays in the US.
The CCS Roll-Coat & Vacuum Combination combines all flooring finishing processes and more within a small foot print, DV-Systems says.
With a foot print that measures 315 x 446 mm, it uses a pipetting mechanism (electromagnetic bellows) with no seals or parts to wear down in the pump.
of Elmsford, N.Y., for the project manager of Defense Communications and Army Transmission Systems, promises to substantially trim the foot print of ground-based satellite stations.
Bernard Tschumi, the building's architect, designed a 22-foot cantilever extending over the southern edge of the building foot print allowing for larger floor plates on the upper floors.
Each collet block has a 5" square foot print with 4" on-center mounting holes.
The new Wolverine 2-ram has a small foot print designed for operations that do not require volumes.
Additionally, the small foot print of the complete system maximizes packaging room space.