Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The condition of being or having a plane surface.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the property of having two dimensions

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Examples

  • - Size of the permissible tolerances of workpiece surfaces, planeness, parallelism and dimensions as well as surface finish

    3. Preparing face and parallel milling

  • - The grade of parallelism depends on the planeness of the surface worked first.

    3. Preparing face and parallel milling

  • - After the finished size has been achieved, the workpiece is unclamped, deburred at the cutting edges and checked for planeness, accuracy to size and surface finish.

    4. Face milling

  • - When all requirements as to accuracy to size, planeness and roughness are fulfilled, all the workpieces are milled, de-burred and checked according to the task set.

    4. Face milling

  • But then this smoothness and uniformity, or, in other words, this planeness of the picture, is not perceived immediately by vision: for it appeareth to the eye various and multiform.

    A Essay Towards a New Theory of Vision

  • Thanks to their compact size and Firewire connectivity, HASO FIRST wavefront sensors are surprisingly easy to deploy and provide exceptionally accurate and reliable measurements at speeds up to 60 Hz. Imagine Optic's SH-LTP is the ideal solution for performing highly accurate, bidimensional, sub-microradian characterization of large optical component surfaces and planeness of semiconductor wafers.

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  • Thanks to their compact size and Firewire connectivity, HASO FIRST wavefront sensors are surprisingly easy to deploy and provide exceptionally accurate and reliable measurements at speeds up to 60 Hz. Imagine Optic's SH-LTP is the ideal solution for performing highly accurate, bidimensional, sub-microradian characterization of large optical component surfaces and planeness of semiconductor wafers.

    optics.org all content

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