assembly unit

assembly unit

[ə′sem·blē ‚yü·nət]
(computer science)
A device which performs the function of associating and joining several parts or piecing together a program.
A portion of a program which is capable of being assembled into a larger program.
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Tenders are invited for Ultra Violet Lamp Assembly Unit Used During Fluorescent Dye Penetrant Examination As Per Rdso Specification M And C/Ndt/107 Rev-1 -2007 Or Latest To Model No: Bl 100Fc Of M/S.
The adjustable tensioning device is a unique, single-piece assembly unit that allows both the door's tolerance and tension to be adjusted.
Lite-Tech Industries, a subsidiary of Masharie LLC -- the private equity arm of Dubai Investments PJSC and a joint venture with Philips Lighting BV, said it is set to become the number one LED supplier in the UAE, particularly in the indoor lighting segment, in line with its plans to start a dedicated assembly unit for complete LED fixtures.
Their production facility in Seattle is like an assembly unit," SNC representatives said.
Muscat: An agreement for establishing a bus assembly unit in Oman was signed between Oman Investment Fund (OIF) and Mowasalat, national transport company of Qatar, here on Thursday.
Since early 2011, Harley- Davidson has been assembling motorcycles in India at its CKD ( completely- knocked- down) assembly unit in Haryana.
Yamaha, which is currently working to set up its new Chennai plant by 2014, has set up a new assembly unit which is purely handled by women.
This latest investment serves an integrated assembly unit within the clean room, one of three totalling 344 sq.
The assembly unit has been set up in Bulgaria's Sevlievo, with the support of ABB's Technical Lead Center for MECBs in Australia, aiming at shortening the lead time for European orders.
to put on hold talks to sell its wholly owned semiconductor assembly unit in Malaysia due to the effects of the massive flooding in Thailand.
The assembly unit, which is laid out for engines with a torque of up to 200 Nm, will be used in models of the Skoda, Audi, Seat, and VW brands.
In October 2006, Ashok Leyland had signed a MoU with Rakia for setting up the assembly unit, which eventually be upgraded to a vehicle assembly plant (for trucks and buses) in the second phase.