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DOT

Designated Order Turnaround

A computerized order-entry system on the New York Stock Exchange that bypasses brokers and automatically executes orders at the best available price through a specialist on the trading floor. It is used predominantly for small and odd-lot orders. See also: SOES.

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Depending upon the coding environment, a processor may choose an internal water-to-air heat exchanger, or for high-heat environments, some dot matrix laser coders can be configured with a water-to-water heat exchanger with an external, recirculating refrigerated chiller.
Some ask if it's time to retire the traditional dot matrix now that laser and inkjet are coming down in price.
The new dot matrix system, New Sparkle II, is described as 'high speed, high resolution and high definition', with variable dot shape of either round, square or Gaussian dot sizeand variable dot resolution from 400 to 3,000 dpi (4,000 dpi or higher is possible with custom-made systems) at up to 200 dots per second exposure.
Special grades and topcoatings include; dot matrix coated Valeron for steel tags, silicon coated Valeron, clear Valeron for hang tags, and flame-retardant Valeron for automotive and industrial tags and labels.
Linx Printing Technologies has announced the launch of the Xymark 7 and 7S dot matrix laser coders.
Recently added to the Xymark range of dot matrix laser coders, the Xymark 5H is a specialized coding solution for the extreme conditions experienced in glass manufacturing plants.
The BlipChip X-SCAN II, manufactured and marketed by BlipChip Products Company of Short Hills, New Jersey, is designed to read virtually any type of bar code, including low resolution dot matrix codes often found in the trucking/shipping industry.
From the daisywheel printer came dot matrix printers, which eventually made the daisywheel obsolete.
Four are dot matrix laser coders, and four are high-speed Blazer[TM] systems manufactured by Lasertechnics, Albuquerque, N.M.
Printer, Dot Matrix: A dot matrix printer uses a series of pins striking a ribbon to form images out of dots.
He explained that Pacific has received requests for optically variable devices (OVDs) that can be easily verified without the use of special tools and which need to be easily distinguished from common high-resolution dot matrix OVDs.