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assembly

Machinery a group of mating components before or after fitting together

assembly

[ə′sem·blē]
(computer science)
The automatic translation into machine language of a computer program written in symbolic language.
(mechanical engineering)
A unit containing the component parts of a mechanism, machine, or similar device.

ASSEMBLY

(language)
An early system on the IBM 702.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):1959-05-16].
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Primary equipment line for plastic assembly equipment, tooling and systems includes ultrasonic welding, staking and inserting machines in 40, 20 and 15 kHz frequencies that are capable of welding in digital time, constant energy or distance modes with power outputs from 500 to 4000 watts.
In 2002 the Education Department of the Assembly Government gave a three-year grant to enable Dolen Cymru to appoint a full-time Director and maintain an office in Cardiff.
"As a benchmarking tool to study competitors' products and quantify manufacturing and assembly difficulties.
Once Atchison Steel Casting and Machining received the specifications for the assembly from WMATA, its engineers began formulating the facility's plan of action for producing the assembly.
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Boothroyd Dewhurst's DFMA[R] software provides a metric tool for analyzing and evaluating product designs for ease of assembly and manufacturing efficiency at the earliest stages of design.
The assembly must do better than the current system.
However, the failure to consult the Pope and his subsequent rejection of the reorganization produced a reaction that "did more than any other action of the National Assembly to undercut the unitary ideal that the Assembly had hoped to realize" (p.
"This field is reaching the point where we're really starting to harvest some very interesting new technologies based on these materials," says Michael Rubner of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he has championed layer-by-layer assembly techniques for nearly a decade.
Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan joined nine out of 61 or 14.75pc sittings of the assembly.
In terms of the number of bills passed, the KP Assembly passed 30 bills during 2018-19, the highest among four provincial assemblies while the Balochistan Assembly passed just eight, the lowest number of bills in the first year.
The report said Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly was also the first provincial assembly which formed its standing committees after the general election, almost after three months of its formation.

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