changeover


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the process or result of changing from one appearance, state, or phase to another

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Leiterman emphasized the importance of controlling copper content in his foundry's ductile iron melt for a changeover.
Official figures show that prices have gone through the roof since the changeover.
The euro changeover is not irreversible, it does not -- as some are claiming -- make it impossible for nations to withdraw once they realize how detrimental it is.
Food & Drink NTO chief executive Tom Evans said that UK manufacturers chalked up longer changeover times than their Continental counterparts because they produced more separate lines for retail customers.
We are lucky because we are one of the few nations in Europe with experience of a currency changeover already.
In the countries holding elections in 2002 (France, Germany, Holland and Ireland), analysts believe that smooth handling of the cash changeover will be a crucial factor in determing whether the governing parties or coalitions will win a new mandate.
However, the regulation system, including the regulation system with quick changeovers, and the Ottawa system represent the systems that the British police have examined.
Finally, Swissair has retained a higher than usual number of staff for during the changeover time and has established a special command centre to monitor flight operations.
The bad news: The changeover is not going smoothly.
A changeover is the time required to change a process (usually a production line) from one output at full production rate to another output, also at full production.
Reduced setup and changeover times that directly lower run size and the cost of variety.
Modular machines with flexibility and fast changeover times are best suited for prototyping and batch production requirements.
However, the EU executive recommended that the Baltic state make further efforts in certain areas during the final month before the changeover.
With increased speed and lower changeover time resulting in higher productivity, the platform allows manufacturers to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of their automated production lines.