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Some articles on front, loading, front loading:

Spin Casting - Equipment - Spin Caster
... Commercial spin casting machines are available in two different types, front-loading and top-loading ... Due to the weight and bulkiness of spin casting molds, front loading machines tend to offer several advantages regarding ease of use and time savings ... Because loading and unloading the caster is performed by hand, it is easiest and less fatiguing to manipulate the mold at waist level in one fluid motion as allowed by a front-loading ...
Washing Machine - Top Versus Front Loading - Comparison
... True front-loaders, and top-loading machines with horizontal-axis drum as described above, can be compared with top-loaders on a number of aspects Efficient Cleaning Front-loaders usually use ... Water Usage Front-loaders usually use less water than top-loading residential clothes washers ... Estimates are that front-loaders use from one third to one half as much water as top-loaders ...
Revolva - Loading and Unloading - Front Loading
... The first revolvers were front loading, and were a bit like muskets in that the powder and bullet were loaded separately ... When loading, each chamber in the cylinder was rotated out of line with the barrel, and charged from the front with loose powder and an oversized bullet ... Loading a cylinder in this manner was a slow and awkward process and generally could not be done in the midst of battle ...

Famous quotes containing the words loading and/or front:

    Nitrates and phosphates for ammunition. The seeds of war. They’re loading a full cargo of death. And when that ship takes it home, the world will die a little more.
    Earl Felton, and Richard Fleischer. Captain Nemo (James Mason)

    Tennis is more than just a sport. It’s an art, like the ballet. Or like a performance in the theater. When I step on the court I feel like Anna Pavlova. Or like Adelina Patti. Or even like Sarah Bernhardt. I see the footlights in front of me. I hear the whisperings of the audience. I feel an icy shudder. Win or die! Now or never! It’s the crisis of my life.
    Bill Tilden (1893–1953)