major assembly

major assembly

[′mā·jər ə′sem·blē]
(engineering)
A self-contained unit of individual identity; a completed assembly of component parts ready for operation, but utilized as a portion of, and intended for further installation in, an end item or major item.
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8.5.1 AGVs have Major Assembly Applications in Automotive and Food & Beverages Industries
It should be noted that this is the first major assembly session after YSRCP government came to power.
The Virgin Orbit team has now demonstrated every major assembly of our LauncherOne system and are within arms reach of bringing to the UK.
Haritou is known today as one of the first photographers of early 20th century Paphos and this represents a major assembly of his work.
This is the bone of contention," a ward rep who did not want to be named said.He said only a few MCAs and staff have been going for foreign trips while the same people are appointed to all committees meant to plan major assembly events.
According to a published report in The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Deepwater Wind is seeking to "establish a major assembly hub in Brooklyn that would support construction of the largest offshore wind farm in the United States, proposed for 30 miles east of Montauk.
Antipsychotic medicines are being prescribed "inappropriately" to people with dementia in care homes across Wales, a major Assembly report has concluded.
It was exactly 500 years ago, on October 30, 1517, when theology professor Martin Luther approached his universitys bulletin board -- the door of the castles church in Wittenberg, Germany, that served as the universitys major assembly hall -- and posted an invitation to debate 95 theological points he listed.
It is great that they showed trust in us to host such a major assembly. We are doing our best for everyone to feel at home," said Rashed adding that he was confident the UAE's Al Hameli would retain his place.
The Apis Cor printer is a single unit shaped like a crane that requires no major assembly when transporting to the site of construction.
This fastener system was developed to automate the temporary fastening requirement for the assembly of XAC's new C919 aircraft wing and is used on the Lean Technology Drilling (LTD) machine.[1] The LTD machine accurately drills holes, inspects the drilled holes, and installs temporary fasteners in the wing's upper and lower panel in a vertical build major assembly jig.
"The central location of Sharjah has turned it into a major assembly point for passengers from all emirates."

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