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A design philosophy is a set of guiding principles that shape the development of a product. It defines the designer's approach to problem-solving, the values that drive their decision-making, and the goals they aim to achieve through their work. A design philosophy can help ensure that the design is consistent, coherent, and aligned with the needs and expectations of the end-user.


A 19" distributor typically refers to a type of rack-mounted cabinet that is designed to hold and organize electronic equipment. The term "19 inch" refers to the standard width of the cabinet, which is widely used in the electronics industry.

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Powder coating manufacturers typically offer a wide range of RAL colors to choose from, including popular shades such as RAL 9016 (white), RAL 9005 (black), RAL 7035 (light grey), RAL 5010 (blue), RAL 3000 (red), and many others. Custom colors can also be created by blending different RAL colors or by matching a specific color sample provided by the customer. When selecting a RAL color for powder coating, it's important to consider factors such as the intended use of the steel goods, the environmental conditions they will be exposed to, and any aesthetic preferences or branding requirements. A powder coating professional can help guide the color selection process and ensure that the finished product meets the customer's needs and expectations.

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19" rack standards refer to the specifications and guidelines for designing and manufacturing equipment that is intended to be mounted in a 19-inch rack. The standard was developed to ensure compatibility and interchangeability between different types of equipment, regardless of the manufacturer.

Some of the key features and specifications of the 19" rack standard include:

  1. Width: Equipment must have a width of 19 inches (48.3 cm) to fit into the rack.
  2. Depth: Equipment can have different depths, but it is important that the depth is specified and standardized to ensure compatibility with other equipment.
  3. Rack units (U): The height of equipment is measured in units of 1.75 inches (4.45 cm), called rack units (U). This allows equipment to be stacked in the rack according to its size.
  4. Mounting holes: Equipment must have holes in the front and rear that align with the rack's mounting holes, so that it can be securely mounted in the rack.
  5. Front panel: Equipment must have a standard front panel that is 19 inches (48.3 cm) wide and 1.75 inches (4.45 cm) high, with a specified placement of buttons, knobs, and other controls.

The 19" rack standard has been widely adopted in various industries, including data centers, broadcasting, and audio-visual. Adherence to this standard helps to ensure that equipment is interchangeable and can be easily integrated into existing rack systems.

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