manufacture


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Synonyms for manufacture

Synonyms for manufacture

to create by forming, combining, or altering materials

Synonyms for manufacture

the act of making something (a product) from raw materials

put together out of artificial or natural components or parts

produce naturally

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create or produce in a mechanical way

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References in classic literature ?
As this disposition was highly convenient in a family much given to the manufacture of phrases, and seemed to argue a corresponding capacity for action, she was, from her childhood even, put in charge of household affairs.
And now the Emperor himself wished to see the costly manufacture, while it was still in the loom.
said all the courtiers, although not one of them could see anything of this exquisite manufacture.
The expenses arising from those institutions which are relative to the mere domestic police of a state, to the support of its legislative, executive, and judicial departments, with their different appendages, and to the encouragement of agriculture and manufactures (which will comprehend almost all the objects of state expenditure), are insignificant in comparison with those which relate to the national defense.
Shall domestic manufactures be encouraged, and in what degree, by restrictions on foreign manufactures?
Smoking quietly at the top against the great blaze of a magnificent sunset, they give an industrial character to the scene, speak of work, manufactures, and trade, as palm-groves on the coral strands of distant islands speak of the luxuriant grace, beauty and vigour of tropical nature.
Design for producibility focuses on ease of manufacture, which should result in lower piece-part counts and fewer opportunities for defects.
Companies like Corning and JDS Uniphase, which specialize in the design and manufacture of optical components, have enjoyed incredible growth in the recent past, spurred by the needs of system providers to accommodate the delivery of more and more data through their systems.
These "product-development companies" will have to select and qualify suppliers, source non-plastics components, manufacture finished assemblies and products, perform quality assurance, and sometimes ship the finished products to the end user.
The property sold will be considered as not being the property purchased if either the property is substantially transformed or the operations conducted by the selling corporation in connection with the property purchased and sold are "substantial in nature and are generally considered to constitute the manufacture, production, or construction of property.
Each deals with manufacture in a particular century: Sixteenth to mid-Twentieth.
As a growing number of domestic OEM customers find it tougher and tougher to manufacture profitably, they are turning to their molders for help - especially when the product is composed predominantly of plastics parts.
EMRISE CORPORATION (NYSE ARCA:ERI), a multi-national manufacturer of defense, aerospace and industrial electronic devices and communications equipment, today announced that its French subsidiary, CXR Anderson Jacobson ("CXR-AJ"), has signed a manufacturing agreement with Hitachi Computer Products Europe ("Hitachi") whereby Hitachi will manufacture, on a turnkey basis, a range of CXR-AJ network access products at Hitachi's manufacturing facility located in Orleans, France.
With the current capacity to manufacture up to 2 billion RFID tags per year, and 10 billion tags per year in the future when fully equipped, Alien's Fargo facility represents a milestone in the RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) industry's ability to produce high volumes of affordable, high-quality tags, and will be instrumental in extending Alien's long-standing price/performance leadership
Our mission is to transform the way people design, develop and manufacture new products and as such we are committed to exposing and equipping future generations of users with our technology early in their educational journey," continued Reichental.