assembly method

assembly method

[ə′sem·blē ‚meth·əd]
(industrial engineering)
The technique used to assemble a manufactured product, such as hand assembly, progressive line assembly, and automatic assembly.
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Early in the development stage of a medical device for a global OEM, Extol worked closely with the research and development, design and tooling groups to determine the best assembly method for the device.
The all-natural coatings outperform ther promising experimental fire-retardants that the NIST researchers have devised with their layer-by-layer assembly method.
Multimaterial components can improve the overall quality of a medical device if the materials and assembly method are chosen wisely.
The promising is assembly method, when both the passive compliance device and vibratory excitation are used [6, 7].
The new assembly method maintains the same level of strength and stability, which has been a key feature with customers.
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Ahmed Jaber, Managing Director of Al Jaber Optical, said: "In addition to its exquisite design, Spirit features a new, patented hinge and a new, uncomplicated assembly method based on the use of high-index lenses.
Researchers were able to provide several product enhancements, including increased sensor reliability provided through an improved assembly method on production sensors, improved sensor sensitivity (achieving satisfactory sensor output to soil depths of 36-48 inches), a modified data-processing algorithm to improve the filtered signal from background noise and ground echoes, and modified software to improve data output management.
Today, ultrasonic welding is considered the leading assembly method for rigid thermoplastics.
This has precluded its use as an assembly method except under the most controlled circumstances (usually al significant expense).
To construct the film, the researchers apply a layer-by-layer assembly method developed several years ago.

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