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rework

[′rē‚wərk]
(geology)
Any geologic material that has been removed or displaced by natural agents from its origin and incorporated in a younger formation.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Importantly, AMS 2175 is silent regarding in-process weld rework, only specifying the extent of imperfection in Grades A-D as "graded" in radiographic, magnetic particle, die penetrant inspection and/or visual inspections.
Data showed that RM defects caused 70-85% of rework cost [18].
Historically used in the wave soldering and conformal coatings areas, Kapton tape has made its way to the PCB rework area.
A case study approach based upon analytic induction is used to examine the underlying dynamics that may contribute to rework in highway projects.
It is a criminal offence to keep reworks (except those for private use) on premises which have not been registered or licensed for that purpose.
"If too many rework requests are submitted, performance management may be imposed which may be followed with disciplinary action.
Failure analysis on test vehicles preconditioned to simulate lead-free assembly and rework has demonstrated a shift in traditional failures from central zone barrel cracks to knee cracks.
Too little calcium stearate powder, the main ingredient of the antitack liquid additive, and rubber sheets could adhere to each other, creating costly rework to bring them back into specification.
The result is less waste, rework and frustration, and greater employee and customer satisfaction.
The new HCT-900 Hand Held Convection Tool from OK International is a low cost rework system providing the flexibility to handle a wide range of thermally demanding production and rework applications, including lead-free.
A new line of microscope-based welding systems for mold repair cuts tool-replacement costs by creating longer lasting welds with less rework. The new Microwelding System from NovaTech Inc., Smithfield, R.I., has a magnifying lens and lighting to show exactly where a weld puddle is applied during micro-repairs.