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  • noun The quality of being stackable.

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Examples

  • Clearly the usefulness in the Home Factory demonstration is the stackability of the units to construct a building – the units can withstand a maximum of 12 stories loaded on top of them.

    PREFAB FRIDAY: Home Factory in London | Inhabitat

  • It features a 30deg cable exit for vertical stackability, along with a 0. 8in-wide footprint for horizontal stackability.

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  • It features a 30deg cable exit for vertical stackability, along with a 0. 8in-wide footprint for horizontal stackability.

    Electronicstalk - electronics industry news

  • At the same time, containers tend to replace concrete in more urban settings, due to the metal boxes 'strength and easy stackability.

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  • However, bartenders loved the vessels 'stackability and started using them to serve beer-about 16 ounces, AKA the American pint.

    New York Press

  • Our You Crate containers are certified internationally to any destination and military tested for stackability of 4000 lbs.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • It features a 30deg cable exit for vertical stackability, along with a 0. 8in-wide footprint for horizontal stackability.

    Electronicstalk - electronics industry news

  • Caffeine free for easier stackability with other great AdvoCare products

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  • Check rack openings as you may need to adjust them; but be aware of your lift truck limits and stackability restrictions.

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  • (PET), which is commonly recycled by consumers, and that its straight walls and stackability save on space in transportation and displays.

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