reassembly


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Synonyms for reassembly

assembling again

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Go cautiously here as you can damage the plastic trigger by forcing the trigger pin into the frame during reassembly.
Caption: Scott Eccleston, Crystal Bridges' director of grounds and facilities, says the reassembly of the Bachman Wilson House, designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright and moved from New Jersey, is nearly complete and the house should be open to tours by this fall.
In cases like the simple case above, where a ship's original planks are both replaced and reassembled, it does not seem that the end result is a ship that existed all along, and is now (partly) here and (partly) there, The end result is instead two ships, at least one of which did not exist before the replacement and reassembly processes got under way.
Contract Notice: Disassembly, Revision and reassembly of existing seats of the "lacroix" lauditory on the lucl site in woluwe.
During reassembly, you will notice that the trigger spring screw head is larger than the bolt stop screw head.
When the firing pin spring is pushed forward, a small stem which is inserted in the rear of this spring can be pushed down into this semicircular cut where it will lock the spring into place to permit reassembly.
The researchers have not yet determined whether VacA's acid-induced toxicity results from the petals themselves or from their reassembly into some altered configuration.
Mark all the joints with a wax crayon or a felt-tipped marker on masking tape to guide the reassembly.
Here he begins with a photograph, makes a small painting based on it, then takes a black and white photograph of the painting, which he finally subjects to the same processes of expansion, division, and reassembly he used in the architectural studies.
HybriCore chipsets excel in performance and scalability by switching complete packets across the backplane, without the inefficiencies introduced by segmentation and reassembly schemes typical of legacy switching architectures.
and disassembly and reassembly of cold, to accompany the repair of Unterzge.
I am in need of the reassembly procedures for Ithaca's hammerless double barrel shotgun.
which Orozco subjected to a triple process: fragmentation, subtraction, and reassembly.
The HybriCore memoryless crossbar switches announced today uniquely address both of these challenges, scaling to support multiple-terabit configurations and switching complete packets across the backplane to eliminate segmentation and reassembly.