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    Post staggered pitch


    Anyone knows to tell me what is "pitch" (staggered pitch) in the phrase below?:

    "32 diameter steel tube on the staggered pitch of 3.19 mm"


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    Re: staggered pitch

    (Dictionary entries)
    to stagger: to place or arrange in alternating or overlapping positions (so that the leading edge of one object extends beyond that of the other)
    pitch: the distance between corresponding points on adjacent members of a body of a regular form.

    Among the many definitions offered by the dictionary for both terms, the ones I've suggested seem to fit the technical context at issue.
    Hope this helps.

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