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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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Technical Sales International develops features and processes to enhance and support the Autodesk fabrication product line.
Increasingly, customers are turning to software to help them to ensure their fabrications teams get the right information at the right time.
TEESSIDE engineering firm SBV Fabrications has acquired new premises in Middlesbrough.
A good rule of thumb is to engage the fabrication house during PCB layout/design stage.
AIST expects the new system to accelerate development of practical uses of nano-fabrication techniques, such as the fabrication and repair of nano-molds used in nano-imprints.
Providing raised pads to define only the machined areas on the casting resulted in a 70% machining reduction for the casting when compared to the fabrication.
The fabrication process begins with the deposition of a thick, patterned layer of a nickel-iron alloy atop a silicon surface.
The new Autodesk Fabrication tools reflect our commitment to provide downstream project solutions to extend the benefits of a BIM workflow for the MEP engineering, contractor, and construction markets--to help them reduce inefficiencies, lower costs, and improve collaboration," said Nicolas Mangon, senior director, AEC strategy and marketing, Autodesk.
Additive fabrication is also known as solid freeform fabrication, layered manufacturing, rapid manufacturing, rapid prototyping, or 3D printing.
Figure 4-5: Worldwide - Segmentation of Wafer Fabrication Equipment Market by Components (in Billion US$), 2006
The Company has developed a blue chip list of customers and currently has strategic fabrication alliances as the preferred and/or exclusive fabricator with a number of its customers.