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English translation: bundles

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German term or phrase:Lagepakete
English translation:bundles
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10:00 Jul 4, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
German term or phrase: Lagepakete
From list of components of a cross-cutting, length-cutting, and stacking machine:

Greifersystem zum Quertransportieren der Lagepakete vom Vakuumband zum Stapeltisch
Dawn Montague
Local time: 02:05
bundles
Explanation:
This is certainly not an exact translation, but it might work if you can't figure out what exactly "Lagepakete" are. - I certainly can't - found only one reference to "Lagepaket", nothing for Lagepakete. I suspect, since cutting and stacking is involved, that the "Lagen" in question might be layers of some material or another. Thus my suggestion of bundles.

Ernst Deutsch-Englisch : Lage, Schicht f / ply, layer
Ernst Deutsch-Englisch : Lage f, Zwischenlage f (Reifen) / ply

A Google search on "layer bundles + stacking" came up with one reference (listed below). However, it originates in Germany and is a very obvious (and not very good) translation - "Click here for more informations" was a dead give-away - so I would tend to be a bit wary of any information found there.
www.bmg-hh.de/filling and packing machines_1.html

Anyway, it seems to me that bundles or packages would at least not be wrong. Maybe you can divine further information from the overall context.

Don't know how much help this is, but good luck!
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Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 23:05
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nabundlesUlrike Lieder
na -1layout packageMarcus Malabad


  

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layout package


Explanation:
layout package


    Reference: http://www.slac.stanford.edu/comp/unix/package-maint.html
Marcus Malabad
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disagree  Ulrike Lieder: above reference pertains to UNIX package maint., not a physical package handling system
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bundles


Explanation:
This is certainly not an exact translation, but it might work if you can't figure out what exactly "Lagepakete" are. - I certainly can't - found only one reference to "Lagepaket", nothing for Lagepakete. I suspect, since cutting and stacking is involved, that the "Lagen" in question might be layers of some material or another. Thus my suggestion of bundles.

Ernst Deutsch-Englisch : Lage, Schicht f / ply, layer
Ernst Deutsch-Englisch : Lage f, Zwischenlage f (Reifen) / ply

A Google search on "layer bundles + stacking" came up with one reference (listed below). However, it originates in Germany and is a very obvious (and not very good) translation - "Click here for more informations" was a dead give-away - so I would tend to be a bit wary of any information found there.
www.bmg-hh.de/filling and packing machines_1.html

Anyway, it seems to me that bundles or packages would at least not be wrong. Maybe you can divine further information from the overall context.

Don't know how much help this is, but good luck!

Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 23:05
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in category: 16
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Thanks. This helps.
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