machinist

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machinist

1. a person who operates machines to cut or process materials
2. a maker or repairer of machines
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Usman Ghani, machinist, teaches apprentice machinists Moath Al-Omari (bottom left), Ali Al-Furshuti (top left) and Yasser Al-Omrani (right) how to use the Mighty Viper Milling CNC machine, observing how a program is loaded into the machines computer and then interpreting commands in the program.
That last enhancement, useful for machinists working with 2D/3D wireframe CAD data, eliminates relying on linked and taper profile commands, making it easier to work with intricate profile shapes.
Oscars a machinist gets a hernia or a bad back or carpal tunnel or
In a statement, the Machinists Union struck a cautious note, "As expected, the industry consolidation among the major airlines is being repeated by smaller carriers trying to survive.
But if those components are made of plastic and that vendor is a metal machinist, that can be a huge mistake.
The Labour Exchange, who reputedly have 2,000 vacancies, tell us that 1,800 of these are for the skilled machinists and an official said to me the other 200 are twopenny-halfpenny jobs.
Boeing increases bonuses for engineers, machinists and other employees on Thursday Jan.
Under the terms of the eight-year contract extension, Boeing said the 777X and its composite wing will be built in the Puget Sound area by Boeing employees represented by the Machinists union.
Trade union International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) announced on Wednesday that 1,624 screeners at Toronto's Pearson International Airport will now become union members, following authorisation from the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB).
Summary: Golden Globe winner Sally Hawkins is set to star in a movie about the 1968 women's strike by machinists at Ford's Dagenham car plant.
Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Chicago, and striking machinists in Washington, Oregon, and Kansas voted to ratify a four-year contract that includes wages and pension agreements.