The metalcasting facility is a key component in the CETL's Rapid Component Fabrication (RCF) effort, which integrates the latest technical advances in 3-D computer aided design, rapid prototyping and reverse engineering with casting, injection molding or CNC machining to allow quick and inexpensive production of experimental, but fully functional, components.
What does TA stand for?
TA stands for Technical Advance
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 75 other meanings of TA in our Acronym Attic
- Teacher Advisor
- Teacher Assessment (education)
- Teachers Assistant
- Teaching Assistant
- Teaching/Teacher's Aide
- Team AnandTech (distributed processing team)
- Team Anna (political group)
- Team Arena (Quake 3 expansion pack)
- Teaming Agreement (various organizations)
- Technical Acceptance
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The now hybrid controls are said to be a significant technical advance over previous entry-level controls, but they cost less and are easier to install, which helps keep the price of the new basic Thermolator units at $1370.
Blood processing requires super hygienic conditions to avoid contamination, but regular scientific and technical advances also mean that the procedures involved can change, so the building had to have a high degree of internal flexibility.
Software, we have broken new ground in technical advances with Linux," said Martin Fink, general manager, HP Linux Systems Division.
PrepStick's original packaging concept represents a major technical advance in self-saturating, disposable swab-stick technology.
Geneticists working on the Human Genome Project - the worldwide effort to map and decipher all of the genes that make up a human being - are well on their way to constructing an artificial mammalian chromosome, a technical advance that could speed and simplify the herculean endeavor.
Phelps Dodge's decision to switch to cogeneration was based on several factors - fluctuating federal policies, shifts in the economy, low copper prices, technical advances in alternative energy sources, and ever-increasing utility costs.