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turnkey

[turn′kē]
a term referring to a computer system or installation that is complete on delivery and ready to operate without modification.

turnkey

adjective Referring to a system–eg, information system or device–eg, PET-CT for which the time and effort required for it to become fully operational is minimal after installation and setup
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Custom automation from benchtop machines to full turnkey systems.
Complete turnkey systems include automatic product handling, surface pretreatment, and ink curing.
Turnkey systems for recycling PE film and PE, PET, or PVC bottles.
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