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fabrication

[‚fab·ri′kā·shən]
(engineering)
The manufacture of parts, usually structural or electromechanical parts.
The assembly of parts into a structure.

fabrication

A process in which a steel member is prepared for erection; before use, it is cut to length, punched, and drilled as required.
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High sensitivity was obtained by an inexpensive and easy to fabricate MCS without any extreme measures and complex procedures to control reference temperatures.
The authors acknowledge informative discussions with Jon Geist for the optimization of the anisotropic etching process to fabricate the silicon templates.
Individuals who exhibit the characteristics of Munchausen syndrome fabricate or exaggerate illness or sickness, usually for the purpose of attracting attention to themselves.
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Once you go down that road, it's just a couple of (steps) away from, 'I might as well fabricate the evidence, because they're all bad.
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Core technologies of electroforming, photolithography, and thin film sputtering are used to fabricate high density flex circuits with conductor line widths as small as 5 microns and 2D and 3D mechanical micro-miniature components with micron size features and sub-micron tolerances.
Steps to fabricate sand and plaster cast metal prototypes are virtually identical, but the tooling selection is based on the quantity of parts required.