Critical defects such as broken parts, different parts, dross, missing material, deformities, etc.
What does CD stand for?
CD stands for Critical Defect
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
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We have 293 other meanings of CD in our Acronym Attic
- Courtesy Date
- Covert Duress
- Cowden Disease
- Creative Differences
- Creative Director
- Credit Derivative
- Crimp Dies
- Crimson Deaths (counter-strike clan)
- Criteria Documents (NIOSH)
- Critical Decision
Samples in periodicals archive:
The system is designed to reject foreign material and critical defects and convey it to the waste stream without re-sorting or losing valuable yield.
According to the item Technical Order, this is a major defect and if left uncorrected, the dynamite could become more unstable and be upgraded to a critical defect.
A newly designed flip-chip optical inspection system can visually inspect the critical defect area and is a cost-effective alternative to destructive methods.
For use in lines from 6 inches to 60 inches, the initial fleet of tools is based in Houston, and deployed by Weatherford's experienced personnel who provide on-site analysis reports for the identification of critical defects.
Critical Defect Will Eisenberg's complementary and alternative medicine program at Harvard succeed in setting research into exotic and nontraditional medical methods on a firm scientific foundation?
Company has made enhancements to the Quick Changeover Four Side Seal Machine to provide manufacturers with even more control and the guarantee to produce products without critical defects, therefore reducing waste.