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machine shop

a workshop in which machine tools are operated

machine shop

[mə′shēn ‚shäp]
(engineering)
A workshop in which work, metal or other material, is machined to specified size and assembled.
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Caption: BCI and Eaton will use a 3-D printer from AFS Corporate Member ExOne in the foundry and machine shop at BCI.
With this machine shop, we're going to be able to start rebuilding more of our own equipment and making our own parts.
A staff of 15 mechanics, electricians and other tradesmen include the Central Machine Shop, which will offer equipment refurbishment and repair services for the company's generating plants.
J&R Machine is a knowledge-based contract machine shop that solves complex machined part problems through value-added manufacturing engineering, machining, delivery and exceptional customer service.
Matathia said the town also insisted that the machine shop be re-permitted.
With a wide range of machinery from small capacity lathes and milling machines, horizontal and vertical boring machines to a large boring Elga Mill the Machine shop is able to provide practical solutions for clients and can supply one-off items as well as repairs, repeat items, overhauls and refurbishments.
It would certainly be possible for that deskbound critic in whose consciousness a factory is indistinguishable from a machine shop and all working people are pretty much alike to think that to speak of such acts truthfully is simply to "romanticize" the labors of a factory worker performing repetitive tasks.
The story begins at Zenith Corporation, where Reynosa's machine shop owners and their employees cut their teeth.
The machine shop is the oldest structure on the waterfront, and will no doubt act as an ideal backdrop for the museum's numerous exhibits that pay homage to Hoboken's rich and colorful history.
Machine Shop Supervisor Larry Kozycki started the project and he and Machinist Ned Manning spent three years perfecting the devices.
The objectives of this research were to address the apparent gap in the empirical literature dealing with JIT machine shops and further to define the model for JIT machine shop operations developed from several previous case studies of machine shops and surveys of small JIT manufacturers.