master mechanic

master mechanic

[′mas·tər mə′kan·ik]
(engineering)
The supervisor, as at the mine, in charge of the maintenance and installation of equipment.
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I got to know several master mechanics, but about the most interesting fellow among them was the black- smith, Dowley.
Owner is a Master Mechanic who works full time in the business.
Ten mechanics from independent automotive workshops across Jeddah, Riyadh and Dammam were declared winners of the Castrol Master Mechanic Contest held in the Kingdom.
Childress the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 24, 2016-Piedmont Propulsion mechanic awarded FAA's Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award
an FAA Certification Engineer with Duncan Aviation, and Bernard Michael, a former long-time technician with Duncan Aviation, were recently honored as recipients of the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award.
Gunsmith, Master Mechanic, and Inventor of the Most Effective Weapon in the World, 1860
WPI was given the association's Master Mechanic Award for fostering excellence.
THE Army's master mechanic is still in uniform even though his tour of duty began during World War II.
The prestigious Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award was awarded to Noel Gary, director of aviation technologies at Wichita Area Technical College in Kansas.
Dempsey, a master mechanic and noted author, provides detailed overviews of engine installation, mechanical fuel systems, electronic management systems, cylinder heads and valves, basic engine mechanics, air systems, starting and generating systems and cooling systems.
A master mechanic had to retire or move away in order for anybody to advance to master mechanic.