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The VMCs feature cast iron beds and a solid "box-in-box" design that contribute to rigidity, stiffness and agility.
As shown in Figure 1, Intel VT-x technology defines a data structure called VMCS, which embeds all the configuration information needed to capture the state of the VM or resume its execution.
* This causes the cycle to swing back to the lender considering bringing everything back in-house--or worse, it creates a new vendor management company (VMC) owned by the lender.
Utilising the existing VMCs means that there is no need for a separate display unit on the track and gaining access to equipment can be programmed to be compatible to existing company ID systems, such as ID badges or employee numbers.
"It's nice to watch the transition: two older VMCs out, one Bridgeport APC in.
With ever increasing sales, the company realized that they were limited in product manufacturing because of the size capabilities of their machining equipment, most of which are Hardinge turning centers or Bridgeport VMCs. To expand their product line, Vic McBenttes, Jr., manufacturing supervisor, decided to purchase a new machine.
Atherton adds that the main push would be with CNC turning and VMCs selling at around $60,000.
So we're sitting there in our Sunday best, sipping a glass of the nearest thing they've got to a house white and ordering grilled halibut for me and shepherd's pie for her (like I said, you can take the girl out of Yorkshire), looking around the room at a few other VMCs when there's a barrage of flashes visible through the stained glass windows, sign alling the imminent arrival of serious celebrity.
With its small footprint, the TN Series' compact design suits a wide range of VMCs, plus it requires no hydraulics, has a wide tilting range, and offers maximum machine flexibility.
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- Vme Application Master
- VME Based Remote Terminal Unit
- VME board
- VME bus
- VME card