CAM

Acronym for 'Computer Aided Manufacture' (q.v.).

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An eccentrically shaped rotor that converts rotational movement into linear movement. Cams are used in the operation of valves, contact breaker

CAM

(CONTROL SYSTEMS GLOSSARY) Computer Aided Manufacturing is a generic term for systems help manufacturing. They include CNC and process control.
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cam

[n] - a rotating disk shaped to convert circular into linear motion
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CAM

<abbreviation> Cell adhesion molecule. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cam

noun a rotating disk shaped to convert circular into linear motion
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Cam

[bootleg] A cam (camrip or camming, deriving from camcorder) is a bootleg recording of a film. Unlike the more common DVD rip or screener recording methods which involve the duplication of officially distributed media, cam versions are original clandestine recordings made in movie theaters. ==Audience camming== The most common type of cam i...
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CAM

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Cam

[name] Cam is both a given name and a surname, often a shorthand for Cameron. Notable people with the name include: Given name: Surname: ...
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Cam

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Camouflage
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Cam

Cam (kăm) noun [ Danish kam comb, ridge; or confer W., Gael., and Ir., cam bent. See 1st Comb .] 1. (Medicine) (a) A turning or sliding piece which, by the shape of its periphery or face, or a groove in its surface, imparts variable or intermittent motio...
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Cam

Cam adjective [ See Kam .] Crooked. [ Obsolete]
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CAM

A active piece of protection
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Cam

A device for converting regular rotary motion to irregular rotary or reciprocating motion. Sometimes the effect of off-centre lathe operations or the cam in an engine used to operate valves. See also: Cam Follower, Camshaft, Eccentric.
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Cam

A device for converting regular rotary motion to irregular rotary or reciprocating motion. Sometimes
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Cam

A mechanical spring-loaded device that can be inserted in rock cracks through which a climbing rope can be threaded for protection.
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Cam

A metal shaft with oval lobes that rotates to open the valves in a four-stroke engine.
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Cam

A spring loaded device used to hold ropes in climbing.
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CAM

Abbr. See complementary and alternative medicine
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CAM

Abbr. See complementary and alternative medicine.
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CAM

acronym: crassulacean acid metabolism
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Cam

An eccentrically shaped rotor that converts rotational movement into linear movement. Cams are used
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Cam

An irregularly shaped disc or projection whose rotation creates a rocking motion in an adjacent part.
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Cam

Cam is a Scottish name for boys and girls. The meaning is `crooked nose` The name Cam is most commonly given to American boys. In the Netherlands it is (almost) solely given to girls What do they use in other countries? Kamryn (English) Cameron (Scottish, English) Kamron (English) Camaron The name sounds like: Cami, Cama,, Kam, Como, Kim Similar na...
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CAM

CAM stands for Conditional Access Module. Some Freeview set-top boxes and digital TV sets have a CAM slot, which means that you can plug a CAM adapter into this slot, and then plug a TopUp TV subscription card into the CAM adapter slot, to get to the extra channels offered to Top Up TV subscribers. See our Top Up TV FAQ.
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