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fabrication

[‚fab·ri′kā·shən]
(engineering)
The manufacture of parts, usually structural or electromechanical parts.
The assembly of parts into a structure.

fabrication

A process in which a steel member is prepared for erection; before use, it is cut to length, punched, and drilled as required.
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Included in the Fabricate Starter Pack is Cube 3D printer with cartridges, textile squares, and set of 6 downloadable Fabricate .
The authors acknowledge informative discussions with Jon Geist for the optimization of the anisotropic etching process to fabricate the silicon templates.
They were accused of exhibiting symptoms of a bizarre psychiatric ailment called Munchausen syndrome by proxy (MSBP) that led them to fabricate the girls' illnesses to fulfill their own needs for attention and sympathy.
Resisting the temptation to concentrate exclusively on computer-generated images of otherworldly places, she instead assembles artists who work with traditional and digital media to fabricate sites both ordinary and extraordinary.
Rice argued it is a dangerous but common path for gung-ho officers in Los Angeles and many other big cities to fabricate probable cause in order to arrest people they believe are guilty of crimes.
CMI will install a new melting furnace; Armco Steel will fabricate the sheet and help prepare the full-scale metal recycling facility offer; and Riteway Machine & Specialty Company of Barnwell, SC will fabricate the demonstration storage boxes.