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.
Married aged 21 to tool-maker Derek Westwood, the primary school teacher and mother of one son seemed destined to a life of conservative domesticity.
It's tough to make fast revisions when your tool-maker is in Europe.
PATTERN and tool-maker NPL Technologies is training Mexican engineers at its Nuneaton headquarters following its takeover of a Central American operation.
BRITAIN'S biggest pattern and tool-maker, NPL Technologies, of Nuneaton, has made a major investment in its design department with three appointments.
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.
"Our hands are made to make things, we're tool-makers," says Lanier, but the muscles and coordination don't just happen, they have to be developed, and if all a child learns is how to hold a pencil, those hands are not going to be adept later at more complex skills.
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.