The distance between the theoretical or calculated centers of two adjoining bends. Also used for diametric measurement between the centerlines of two tangent points of a bend (i.e., 180-degree bend for which the center-to-center distance will be equal to twice the centerline radius).
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Is the customer always worth the effort? - by Vicki Bell You can never have too many customers, or so it’s said. Is this true? What about the customer that has you do all the hard work and takes your well-designed product elsewhere for production? Are you happy to have had their business? Perhaps you can take solace in lessons learned.
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