takedown time

takedown time

[′tāk‚dau̇n ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time required to take down a piece of equipment.
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To accelerate erection and takedown time, the mobile plant is factory pre-wired and pre-plumbed, and equipped with an in-truss single compartment cement silo that ships integral to the structure.
The product frees up countless hours of set-up and takedown time.
Some days include: classroom lecture, hands-on laboratory experiences, patient simulations with high definition mannikins, online or paper/pencil testing, tutoring, counseling, grading, preparation time, set-up and takedown time, and general office hours.
I designed this project to effectively demonstrate translation with minimal prep and takedown time.
They don't, for instance, look at setup and takedown time, among other things.