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ma·chine

(mă-shēn'),
Any mechanical apparatus or device.
[L. machina, contrivance]

machine

/ma·chine/ (mah-shēn´) a mechanical contrivance for doing work or generating energy.
heart-lung machine  a combination blood pump (artificial heart) and blood oxygenator (artificial lung) used in open-heart surgery.

machine

See Heart-lung machine, Suicide machine.

ma·chine

(mă-shēn')
Any mechanical apparatus or device.
[L. machina, contrivance]

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Consider also the practical aspects of a metalcasting company entering the machining business.
The VF-6SS vertical machining center from Hass Automation (Oxnard, CA; www.
Complete in-house capabilities utilizing CAD/CAM design and programming for 3-D surface modeling and CNC 3-D contour machining.
Solution: To alleviate the problem, the customer changed tools and reported that the parts were machining fine.
Piechowiak said: "A lot of end-users are getting out of their captive machining operations due to high labor contracts, and outdated plants and equipment.
com), estimates that fewer than 25% of machining operations are simulated before cutting a new part.
With the machining and assembly additions, SAC has made life infinitely easier for Ford.
That is, LiCON[MT] engineers have calculated that in the typical production machining operation, the cutting cycle time for a given tool is on the order of three seconds.
Northbend prefers conventional machining whenever possible for its processing speed.

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