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Pertaining to flat cable, distance between edges of the cable.
The width of the individual wood boards that make up the floor. "Strips" are narrow boards measuring less than 3 inches wide. "Planks" are wider boards measuring more than 3 inches wide.
From Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) Version 2.0 ( 2001-02-21) The distance from the left edge of the box to the right edge of the box.
This is a slightly ambiguous term and is sometimes used to mean the advance width (the distance from the start of this character to the start of the next character), and sometimes used to mean the distance from the left side bearing to the right side bearing.
The width of a shoe is typically measured in letters (AAA, AA, A, B, C, D, E, EEE, EEEE) and refers to the width of the shoe last as measured at the ball of the foot. Widths are defined in one-sixths of an inch.
Measurement of the narrowest element of a bar code. Same as "X" dimension.
of a bounded shape: the distance between two parallel lines, each touching the boundary of the shape but not its interior. This is called "the width of the shape in the direction of the lines". Note that figures of constant width (such as a Reuleaux triangle) have the same width in every direction. [Go to source
The horizontal measurement of a letter.
The distance from selvage to selvage on any fabric; usually either 48" or 54".
The horizontal size measurement of a piece of jewelry or gemstone. The width of a ring or band is measured across the widest area, over the top of the ring as shown below. All measurements are approximate.
The dimension of a wood veneer measured perpendicular to the grain dimension.
The dimension of a board measured from edge to edge across the face.
The nominal dimension of a band tool as measured from the tip of the tooth to the back of the band.
Width refers to the distance from ski edge to ski edge, measured at the ski's "waist" or narrowest part. In general, wider skis are more stable and easier to control, while narrow skis are faster.
A horizontal measurement of a material. In woven fabric, it is the distance from selvage to selvage, and in knitted fabric, from edge to edge.
A term referring to the surfboard's dimension from rail to rail, measured at several key points by the designer.
The horizontal measure of letters, described as condensed, normal, and expanded.
a word to describe a single width of fabric - several widths of fabric are sewn together to make a panel of drapery- "panel" is sometimes used in referring to a width of fabric (Manhattan articles finish colors decorative wall tips NYC)
show HIDE The horizontal measurement of type.
The dimension of the building measured parallel to the main framing from sidewall to sidewall.
The dimension of the building measured across the building from outside of eave strut to outside of eave strut, from sidewall to sidewall.
The size of ribbon or trim as measured across it. Ribbon Manufacturers use numbers for ribbons as shown below: Inches Millimeters 1/4", 5/16” 8 MM 3/8” 9 MM 7/16” 11 MM 5/8” 15 MM 7/8”, 15/16", 1” 25 MM 1 5/16", 1 3/8, 1 1/2” 38 MM#16 1 7/8”, 1 15/16", 2”, 2 1/4” 50 MM#40 2 3/8”, 2 1/2”, 2 5/8" 78 MM#100 3 7/8”, 4” 100 MM
The horizontal measurement of your blind, taken to the nearest 1/8 of an inch. For measuring instructions, click here.
Distance between the two side edges of a fabric.
The thickness of a lode measured at right angles to the dip.
The lateral dimensions of rolled stainless steel, as opposed to the length or the gauge. If width of the stainless steel strip is not controlled during rolling, the edges must be trimmed.
The width of a window is measured across the window from left to right.