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CIM

abbreviation for
1. (Computer Science) computer input on microfilm
2. (Computer Science) computer integrated manufacture
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Noun1.CIM - the United Kingdom's central unit for the tasking and coordination and funding of intelligence and security agencies
international intelligence agency - an intelligence agency outside the United States
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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In the early 1960s his vision for manufacturing systems and later computer-integrated manufacturing led many researchers into that field.
In fact, we're just back to delivering on some of what we used to call computer-integrated manufacturing.
The high school curriculum consists of five two-semester courses focusing on introduction into engineering design, digital electronics, principles of engineering, computer-integrated manufacturing and engineering design and development.
Under this agreement, EKRA will offer CircuitCAM computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) software for converting computer-aided design (CAD) and Gerber data into printer programs complete with safe under-board tooling programs.
We are delighted to have 3M's support, and to recognize their commitment to excellence for DSC, we are renaming the computer-integrated manufacturing lab in Memorial Hall as the `3M Lab,' " said Amanda Hise Burt, director of institutional advancement at DSC.
Yet for processors invested in computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM), the internet is poised to take on a far more productive role.
Sales activity remains high as the PCB industry continues to embrace computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) as a competitive tool to break through the "information bottleneck.
Many accounting and management analysts demonstrate that modern production techniques such as computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) can revitalize a business by boosting productivity and cutting scrap, rework and customer lead time.
The present volume comprises a collection of peer-reviewed papers covering innovations and practical experience regarding manufacturing automation education; current and developing manufacturing automation; advanced manufacturing technology including flexible manufacturing, virtual manufacturing, Green manufacturing and re-manufacturing, and web-based manufacturing; computer-integrated manufacturing systems; CAD/CAE/CAPP/CAM; product life-cycle management (PLM); computerized numerical control systems and flexible manufacturing systems; industrial robotics; process monitoring and quality control of manufacturing systems; group technology (GT); PDM, ERP, logistics and supply chains.
It is still quite rare to hear of a thermoformer with experience in computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM).
In its 17th year, AUTOFACT continues to reflect the evolving, dynamic state-of-the- art computer-integrated manufacturing technology industry.
employs state-of-the-art industrial technology to fabricate custom and standardized wood and metal products, including robotic wood finishing lines, advanced laser-based computer-integrated manufacturing systems and advanced stamping presses.

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