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someone skilled in making or repairing tools

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While Tegra Medical is building its own skilled manufacturing workforce with its toolmaker apprentice program, it's also changing the lives of its participants.
A toolmaker would typically first strike a stone with hammer-like tools to give the piece its initial shape; then they would use pressure-flaking to refine the blade's edges and shape its tip.
Talks are to take place oft a selffinancing productivity deal which would enable the toolmakers to get more money within the Government's guile-lines.
Toolmakers look for NC software to help them do things better and faster.
The new finds leave unresolved the identity, of the Flores toolmakers, asserts John Shea of the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
So they assume they need to hire top-shelf tool makers, even though most toolmakers despise mold repair because it does not require their fabrication skills as much as solid mold troubleshooting experience.
Tommy Turnbull, who works for Newton Aycliffe-based Durham Precision Engineering, took home a trophy and a pounds 500 prize after winning the Gauge and Toolmakers Association title.
With a complete in-house tool and die facility, experienced toolmakers will develope a custom extrusion die for you and produce tubing to meet your highest expectations.
Cllr Sucha Bains, the city's Lord Mayor, is holding a Freeman's admissions court at the council chamber for engineers, hairdressers, plumbers, toolmakers, gas fitters, carpenters, bricklayers and electricians.
The test specifications and methods provide the information necessary for toolmakers to improve tools, for users to make informed choices about acquiring and using computer forensics tools, and for the legal community and others to understand the tools' capabilities.
ADMITTEDLY Toolmakers Pal vindicated Pa Fitzgerald's assertion that he would keep straight to the bend, and the dog was extremely unlucky to go out after suffering much crowding on the turns.
This type of system was established in Japan in the 1980s, when machines had become so complex that close collaboration among various professionals and designers was essential, His questionnaire data confirm the statistical analysis which predicts that this information-sharing system is likely to occur more frequently in machine toolmakers that retain both highly skilled assembly workers and machinists, produce lathes, and have more than 100 full-time workers.