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DESIGN PROCESS
INJECTION MOULDING
LISTS EXCESS COMPONENT INVENTORY
BLOW MOLDING
MATERIAL
START
PROCESSORS
REQUIRED
QUANTITY
EFFICIENT
STAMP
INVENTION
CIRCUIT
QUALITY
IMPROVING
DESIGN
FABRIC
DURABLE
BLACK TEA
COMPLETE CONTROL
COURSE
SHINGLES
TEA LEAVES
CASTING
VITAL PART
FIBERS
RAYON
MATERIALS
ROOFING MATERIALS
ENERGY CONSUMPTION
INFORMATION
COMPANY PROFILE
QUITE DIFFERENT
QUALITY CONTROL
PIECE
PREFABRICATION
INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS
CONTROL
PART
PARTS
PRODUCTION
PRODUCTS
PRODUCT
ELECTRONIC DEVICES
SEMICONDUCTOR
PAPER
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Definitions

  1. The manufacturing process is produced and supplies products to the distribution channels based on past forecasts.
  2. During the manufacturing process, a protective barrier is created around the calcium allowing it to coexist with the fluoride ions.
  3. During the manufacturing process, the MN manufacturer pre-loads each MN with the RSA public key.

Design Process

  1. The design process for developing a new brassiere style is an important part of the manufacturing process.

Injection Moulding

  1. Injection moulding is a manufacturing process where heated plastic is forced into a mould cavity under pressure.

Lists Excess Component Inventory

  1. Site includes photo tour of manufacturing process and lists excess component inventory for sale.

Blow Molding

  1. Blow molding is a manufacturing process by which hollow plastic parts are formed.

Material

  1. Drawing is a manufacturing process for producing a wire, bar or tube by pulling on a material until it increases in length.

Start

  1. At the start of the manufacturing process an identical pattern of the cylinder-head using polystyrene is produced.

Processors

  1. It is circulated to all major processors in Asia who use injection moulding as a manufacturing process.

Required

  1. Some duvets are even filled with silk instead of feathers or down, and no chemicals are required during the manufacturing process.

Quantity

  1. Advantages Greater flexibility in terms of quantity produced, factory layout and manufacturing process.

Efficient

  1. This makes twin-screw superchargers more efficient, but they cost more because the screw-type rotors require more precision in the manufacturing process.

Stamp

  1. INCLUSIONS: Any substances incorporated in the paper web during the manufacturing process and normally different in color from the stamp.

Invention

  1. It could be an invention – a new device or manufacturing process.

Circuit

  1. A fault model is a hypothesis of how the circuit may go wrong in the manufacturing process.

Quality

  1. Ford reengineered their business and manufacturing process from just manufacturing cars to manufacturing quality cars, where the number one goal is quality.
  2. The quality of sodium bicarbonate is controlled at every stage of the manufacturing process.

Improving

  1. Soon other companies up river from Bangor were developing their own canvas canoes and improving the manufacturing process.
  2. Emphasizes research in identifying and engineering new industrial enzymes as well as improving the manufacturing process for new and existing enzymes.

Design

  1. Taking computer aided design beyond the aircraft itself, Boeing modeled the manufacturing process, step-by-step and end-to-end, in software.

Fabric

  1. Jacquard Knit A pattern knit directly into the fabric during the manufacturing process.

Durable

  1. Porcelain inlays are considered durable, with a manufacturing process that enables a high degree of accuracy in placing the inlay.

Black Tea

  1. The catechins in green tea are oxidized in the manufacturing process of black tea, forming free-radical fighting theaflavins.

Complete Control

  1. It lets you issue work orders, develop schedules, track costs and maintain complete control of the manufacturing process.

Course

  1. Of course, mistakes can happen at any stage of this manufacturing process, and these mistakes are something that certain collectors look for.

Shingles

  1. Strips or spots of a thermoplastic adhesive are applied to most shingles during the manufacturing process.

Tea Leaves

  1. CTC An acronym for Crush, Tear, and Curl, a manufacturing process to create tea leaves that impart a stronger infusion.

Casting

  1. Conceptually, casting is a manufacturing process and requires articulate calculations to create the required outputs.

Vital Part

  1. At G.S.F. Plastics, full tractability is a vital part of the manufacturing process.

Fibers

  1. The manufacturing process involves mechanically interlocking the fibers of the particular felt material in the presence of moisture and heat.

Rayon

  1. Regardless of the design or manufacturing process, the basic raw material for making rayon is cellulose.

Materials

  1. Computer numeric control (CNC) machining is a manufacturing process that automatically shapes or forms metals or other materials into highly precise parts.
  2. It maintains an orderly and efficient flow of materials throughout the entire manufacturing process.

Roofing Materials

  1. Asphalt: A bituminous waterproofing agent applied to roofing materials during the manufacturing process; see composition and underlayment.

Energy Consumption

  1. Energy Consumption: The use of energy as a source of heat or power or as a raw material input to a manufacturing process.

Information

  1. The biosimilar applicant must provide its application and information about its manufacturing process to the brand company.

Company Profile

  1. Includes company profile, manufacturing process and contact details.

Quite Different

  1. To maintain the manufacturing process, the mycelium is superior to the fruit body; however, its components are known to be quite different.

Quality Control

  1. Although there are numerous ways to manufacture transistors, one of the most important parts of any manufacturing process is quality control.

Piece

  1. At each stage of the manufacturing process, every piece of All-Clad cookware is hand-inspected to ensure that it maintains All-Clad quality standards.

Prefabrication

  1. Prefabrication is a manufacturing process, where materials are joined to form a component part.
  2. As a result, prefabrication has come to describe any manufacturing process that takes place in a controlled environment, usually a factory.

Interchangeable Parts

  1. Whitney, however, was never able to design a manufacturing process capable of producing guns with interchangeable parts.

Control

  1. Designed to improve manufacturing process control in a printing plant, his invention controlled not only temperature but also humidity.
  2. Current practice is to control the manufacturing process by computer using a mathematical model created with the aid of a computer.

Part

  1. A fixture is a device for holding a part while something it is going through a manufacturing process.
  2. Molds that are not a part of the manufacturing process can be dangerous.

Parts

  1. The same idea occurs in games of chance, demographic statistics, quality control of a manufacturing process, and in many other parts of our lives.
  2. Metal forming is a manufacturing process by which parts or components are fabricated from metal stock.

Production

  1. The system has been increasingly recognized for its suitability in the manufacturing process and is now applied in virtually every area of production.
  2. The next step in the manufacturing process is the production of subassemblies using fasteners and adhesives.
  3. Alternatively, craft associations may reflect particular stages of production rather than the entire manufacturing process.

Products

  1. A manufacturing process that produces products just in time to meet orders, not for stock.

Product

  1. Of course, beer, wine, and spirits all contain ethyl alcohol (ethanol) as a product of fermentation in the manufacturing process.
  2. A series of operations performed in the making or treatment of a product: a manufacturing process; leather dyed during the tanning process.
  3. This exposes many unanticipated weaknesses in a product, and the data is used to drive engineering and manufacturing process improvements.

Electronic Devices

  1. As the number of electronic devices per given area of the silicon wafer increases, the manufacturing process becomes more difficult.

Semiconductor

  1. The slice, or wafer, of semiconductor is a single uniform crystal, and the impurities are introduced later during the manufacturing process.

Paper

  1. Blued paper: The paper of a stamp which has a pale blue tinge as a result of the manufacturing process.
  2. Watermark Design or pattern in paper formed during the manufacturing process, valuable as a security precaution against forgery.

Categories

  1. End Product
  2. Molding
  3. Dopants
  4. Manufacture
  5. Raw Material

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