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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Space Coast Machinist Apprenticeship Program is a non-profit, charitable 501(c)3 organization dedicated to training machinists in the Space Coast Region of Florida.
With Edgecam 2017 R1 from Vero Software (edgecam.com), machinists no longer have to manually carry out the load, insert, merge and rationalize commands when assembling pre-existing parts.
the machinist may know exactly when a drill is about to break
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.
Useful Machine Shop Tools to Make: From Home Shop Machinists, Revised Edition
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.
MACHINIST Z AND HIS DREAM MACHINE Ian celebrates his win with champagne
Finley is appealing, but her problems are quickly fixed, and even the final battle with the Machinist seems hasty.
This training is very different than his training as a machinist mate aboard a submarine.
Two Texas state grants totaling more than $718,000 will underwrite state-of-the-art training equipment for Tarrant County College's Nursing Program as well as cover a TCC Foundation plan to provide training for low-income students that will put them on a high-demand career track as certified machinists. Grants from the State Comptroller's Jobs and Education for Texans Program include $276,493 from the Job Building Fund for Nursing Program equipment and $441,660 from the Launchpad Fund for machinist training and certification.