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changeover

1. Sport
a. the act of transferring to or being relieved by a team-mate in a relay race, as by handing over a baton, etc.
b. the point in a relay race at which the transfer is made
2. Sport chiefly Brit the exchange of ends by two teams, esp at half time

changeover

(programming)
The time when a new system has been tested successfully and replaces the old system.
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The widespread holdings of euro cash in advance of -day contribute to a smoother cash changeover.
This paper recommends that the most effective solution for safe trainee changeover is a roll forward model of staggering, where the more senior trainees rotate one month later.
Its Human Machine Interface (HMI) can store instructions for the production of multiple products, which speeds initial set-up and reduces changeover time from twenty minutes to one minute (including gripper changeover).
As processors make this adjustment, quickening changeover becomes a critical issue.
Every woodworking company can choose other methods to shorten the time it takes to ready its machines for the next operation so that these changeovers become lean setups.
Production schedules are characterized by short runs and frequent product changeovers.
By using one manifold, manufacturers can reduce the number of parts and minimize changeover time.
However, the regulation system, including the regulation system with quick changeovers, and the Ottawa system represent the systems that the British police have examined.
More accurate forecasts and inventory targets improve customer service, lower inventory, decrease unplanned changeovers and reduce costs.
84% furthermore considered that they were always (44%) or mostly (40%) implemented correctly, which is in line with the results from the recent changeovers.
Key features include a separate, independently adjusted forming box that makes possible product changeovers without stopping the production line; and an adjustable, full-manifold internal deckle that can be used to modify both the width and thickness of the board.