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Suppose I'm developing a method of covering a symmetric object with a coating. Commonly you'd have to put the coating on the front of the object, rotate it, and do the back. My method processes both sides at the same time. I need a single word to describe it:

The novel method of _____ coating provides a 120% efficiency increase.

I was thinking about bilateral, the definition states that it means something "located on opposite sides of an axis" - will it be clear enough? The word needs to not hint not only at the fact of doing something at opposing locations, but also with mirrored alignments.

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Double-sided works for me. Or perhaps dual coating.

"Bilateral" is too strongly associated with politics and trade for its literal meaning to be used.

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