cleanroom

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cleanroom

(programming)
A software development approach aimed at producing software with the minimum number of errors.
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Such a method employs both a "Chinese wall" protocol of separation and the clean-room software engineering technology and process.
Sil-Pro Medical Manufacturing Solutions has completed 6,000 additional square feet of ISO Class 7 clean-room space.
Despite these issues, there is a way for molders to meet the stringent requirements of medical and other markets without having to invest in a full-blown clean-room structure.
UFP Technologies has seven manufacturing facilities throughout the United States that are ISO 13485:2003 certified and house multiple ISO Class 8 (Class 100,000) and ISO Class 7 (Class 10,000) clean-room facilities.
Installation, F International recently conducted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate its new ISO 4, 6, and 7 clean-room.
The new ISO certified Class 8 (FED STD 209E equivalent, 100,000) clean room is a 10,000-square-foot expansion that boosts Vision's clean-room space by 150% and includes traditional and two-shot injection molding and a customized material drying and conveying system.
A core curriculum of clean-room science, involving 20 hours of hands-on training offered three times each semester, will serve as the educational gateway for a range of courses conducted in a clean room.
Three studies, done at the University of Massachusetts in Worcester, the University of California at Davis and Johns Hopkins found that the rate of spontaneous abortions increase 50 to 100 percent among clean-room workers.
Shinei International, a Singapore-based subsidiary of Solectron, established the 16,000-square-foot, class-10,000 and class-1,000 clean-room facility on an existing site at 31 Joo Koon Circle, Jurong Town, Singapore.
Investing in a new clean-room facility and advanced manufacturing equipment allows us to be a valued partner to them.
About 18 months ago, an injection molder in the Czech Republic wanted to enter the medical molding field and wanted to achieve clean-room molding conditions without prohibitive cost.
has designed a family of clean-room robots specifically for the manufacture of flat panel displays and the handling of substrate glass.