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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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I concur with Tom Catlaw that Fabricating the People is "taxing".
Techniques for fabricating the tags entirely by printing have been investigated to resolve this problem, but none have been established yet.
Rocketdyne officials said they terminated TEG's services last week after the release of a memo from state regulators that said the company co-owner admitted fabricating instrument inspections during a 1995 test operation in Los Angeles, said Rocketdyne project leader Art Lennox.
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DETROIT -- Detroit-based Milford Fabricating Company, a leading provider of prototype and technical services, has donated $2,000 to Breithaupt Vocational Technical Center in Detroit.
These FBUs will serve the wood, solid surface and stone fabricating industries in each region in which they operate.
May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- General Motors (NYSE: GM) officials today announced plans to invest approximately $300 million at its Metal Fabricating Division Flint Metal Center.
Sheffield operates a melt shop and rolling mill in Sand Springs, OK, a smaller rolling mill in Joliet, IL, and three downstream steal fabricating facilities in Kansas City and Sand Springs.
27 /PRNewswire/ -- Mobil Chemical Company has awarded CF MotorFreight a two-year, $6 million contract as the primary less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier for its Plastics and Films Fabricating Divisions.
MISA Metal Fabricating announced today that it is nearing completion of a new steel processing and fabrication center in Covington, GA near Atlanta, to serve the southern US with an additional capacity of 3,000 metric tons of steel per month.