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.
Caption: The Tool Setup Manager in Mastercam 2017 communicates directly with the program's machine simulator, which then lets the machinist easily visualize tool locators, stations and mounted tools.
the machinist may know exactly when a drill is about to break
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.
And no matter how conscientious the metal machinist is, it is nearly impossible to clean every bit of oil from a machine before using it to make a plastic part.
Mohammad Ali Tabba, CEO, Yunus Textiles Mills(YTMs), endorsed AMANTECH's initiative and said: Yunus Textile Mills collaboration with AMANTECH and USAID for the Stitching Machinist Course is a huge step towards enhancing the lives of the underserved youth of this country.
Calculated Industries, a company that designs and manufactures specialty calculators, estimating tools and measuring devices including the Construction Master Pro, Machinist, has completed migration of its Machinist Calc Pro 2 handheld calculator to several platforms, including phones, tablets and Personal Computers.
Finley is appealing, but her problems are quickly fixed, and even the final battle with the Machinist seems hasty.
There will come a day (A) when the new machinist is feeling pretty good about the job.
Machinist, an eight-year-old, will be their first runner.
Violence casts a long shadow in Brad Anderson's psychological thriller The Machinist (Filmax), for which Christian Bale dropped 60 pounds to play a factory worker being eaten alive by an undigested piece of his past.
Back across town at Penton Media, Bruce Vernyi has been appointed editor-in-chief of American Machinist, replacing Tom Grasson.