benchwork

benchwork

[′bench‚wərk]
(engineering)
Any work performed at a workbench rather than on machines or in the field.

benchwork

Any work performed at a bench rather than on machines or in the field
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However, the strength of this nexus becomes increasingly tenuous as the distance between the experts and those who actually do and understand the normative strengths and weaknesses of benchwork increases.
So they depend on university and government breeding programs to do the required benchwork.
Type of Training: Hands-on benchwork with lectures, demonstration and one-on-one instruction in fundamental techniques as applied to one-of-a-kind furniture.
Discover how moldmakers can push the limits of their design and manufacturing capabilities to eliminate benchwork, create more complex molds and significantly reduce cycle times.
Some of it is benchwork photography of records; some of it is shot with Moore visibly or audibly present (interviews with various Congressmen, with the Lipscombs, with Cpl.
For benchwork, I used a Caldwell Lead Sled and was glad for it.
2) Once solid benchwork nailed down the pathogenic basics of each disease, brisk development of practical treatment turned both into manageable chronic diseases.
He went to the Gemological Institute of America trade school to learn benchwork as a goldsmith and then, with encouragement from a jeweler in Moses Lake, started his own repair business, doing piece work for jewelry stores throughout Central Washington.
The second updated edition of Basic Model Railroad Benchwork offers beginners and experienced modelers a fine collection of details on model railroad benchwork, updating all pages, photos and drawings and adding new information on using extruded foam board and steel stud benchwork.
We are in the early stages of building out permanent layout, and thus it is a good time to learn about benchwork, trackwork, wiring, scenery techniques and other aspects of model railroading.
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