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In an industrial or industry context, "texture" refers to the surface quality or composition of a material, product, or surface.

Some examples of its usage include:

  1. Surface texture: the roughness, smoothness, or other physical characteristics of a material or surface.
  2. Material texture: the arrangement of fibers, grains, or other structural elements in a material that affects its properties and behavior.
  3. Product texture: the physical quality of a product that affects its appearance, feel, and performance, such as the smoothness of a surface or the softness of a fabric.
  4. Textile texture: the arrangement and feel of fibers in a textile product, such as the roughness of burlap or the softness of silk.
  5. Food texture: the physical qualities of food, such as its texture, mouthfeel, and chewiness.
  6. Wood texture: the arrangement of fibers and grains in a piece of wood, affecting its strength and appearance.
  7. Metal texture: the arrangement of crystal structures in a metal that affects its properties, such as its strength and ductility.
  8. Ceramic texture: the arrangement of grains and pores in a ceramic material that affects its strength and toughness.
  9. Paint texture: the physical qualities of paint, such as its smoothness, roughness, and glossiness.
  10. Concrete texture: the arrangement of aggregates, sand, and other materials in concrete that affects its strength, appearance, and durability.

These are just a few examples, and the specific definitions and usage of "texture" can vary depending on the specific context and industry.

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