wrapped on/unwrapped from

10:32 Dec 22, 2016
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English to German translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: wrapped on/unwrapped from
[0115] The element 15 is wrapped partly on the surface 10a, from the portion of the component 10 it is fastened to up to the axis of instantaneous rotation at the given instant, and partly on the surface 11a, from the axis of instantaneous rotation at the given instant up to the portion of the component 11 it is fastened to.
[0116] As the tibia 5 moves relative to the femur 4, the flexible element 15 is unwrapped from the surface 10a and is wrapped onto the surface 11 a or vice versa.
[0117] Preferably, the flexible element 15 is wrapped onto the guide surfaces 10a, 11a in the same way as the flexible element 14.
Silke44
Local time: 07:17


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3angebracht/entfernt
Iris Mesko


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angebracht/entfernt


Explanation:
angebracht an die Oberfläche / entfernt von der Oberfläche
befestigt

Example sentence(s):
  • auf der äußeren Oberfläche der Packung angebracht
  • Die Probe wird quer zur Schweißnaht bearbeitet und die Spitzkerbe wird senkrecht zur Oberfläche der Schweißverbindung angebracht.
Iris Mesko
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