tool-maker


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tool-maker

a person who specializes in the production or reconditioning of precision tools, cutters, etc.
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As a result of the expansion Elring-Klinger is looking to add to its 300-strong workforce by hiring a team of skilled tool-makers.
BRITAIN'S biggest pattern and tool-maker, NPL Technologies, of Nuneaton, has made a major investment in its design department with three appointments.
It's tough to make fast revisions when your tool-maker is in Europe.
The Swartkrans fossils provide clear signs that Paranthropus was as adept a tool-maker as Homo habilis," says Susman.
Mr Beech, of Sovereign Road, Earlsdon, Coventry, a tool-maker with ASAP Tooling of Exhall, said it had been estimated that up to 10 per cent of vulnerable adults suffer some sort of abuse or neglect.
The body-build process is highly automated with 229 KUKA robots accounting for 80% of all robotics with the remaining 20% being sourced from in-house tool-makers within the BMW Group.