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millwright

[′mil‚rīt]
(engineering)
A person who plans, builds, or sets up the machinery for a mill.
A person who repairs milling machines.
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Stephan Levesque, a first-year millwright student under Labelle's instruction, enjoys the practical hands-on invol-vement that is required when working with the tools.
Millwright Locals 1091 in Bismarck and 1176 in Fargo ratified three-year contracts.
The Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights (MRCC) represents over 23,000 journeypersons and apprentice carpenters across the State of Michigan.
Norm Morin, a millwright professor at Cambrian College and 1994 winner of a Manning Award for Innovation, has created a multi-purpose piece of equipment to train his students to apply critical thinking for troubleshooting interrelated problems on hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic systems.
The company held the ten millwright certificates, whose program ended in 2001, until the four-member electrician's program was finished last year.
First, CNA is the exclusive provider of third party loss-of-income coverage for millwrights and riggers.
As the largest Michigan trade union with over 23,000 journeypersons and apprentices, the Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights will show our unwavering support for Mr.
That means consulting with mill operators, millwrights and welders in cultivating ideas from different perspectives to drive innovation in products.
Eleven of the nation's largest open shop construction firms have already agreed to pool their training resources and to provide $2 million in start up costs for the standardized training of pipefitters, millwrights, electricians, welders and instrumentation workers.
The Jieyang County feed mill in Guang Dong Province started operating in May 1996 under the design and building expertise of Mitchell Millwrights Ltd.
She adds most millwrights make more money coming right out of school than do university graduates.
Marie, for example, Domtar required millwrights to work 300 km north of town.