custom-build

custom-build

vb (tr)
(Commerce) to make according to the specifications of an individual buyer
References in periodicals archive ?
Send it back and Joe will transform it into a one-off, custom-build.
Melvyn Fern, whose Drayton Bassett-based Designer Golf custom-build workshop opened in April, said his custom-built clubs are designed to exactly suit the physical and playing characteristics of individual golfers - unlike custom-fitted clubs that are adapted to fit from a mass manufactured product.
Recognizing the need for large horizontal directional drilling machines capable of performing longer-distance, larger-diameter installations that are supported by a worldwide dealership network, Vermeer Manufacturing Company has announced its commitment to custom-build Navigator HDD rigs in the over 100,000 pound class.
Mortgagebot will custom-build, host and maintain a lender-controlled and lender-branded Web site and link it to Loan Prospector.
They keep vehicles on hand for immediate delivery and can custom-build vehicles for specific requirements.
Sendera 2005 also allows users to custom-build the graphic displays that animate and manage their real-time data - without requiring any programming on the end-user's part.
Kinesix CEO Russ Jamerson says that Sendera 2005 will "make it easy for Chinese businesses to custom-build and use web-enabled displays to animate and manage massive volumes of streaming data - especially those in the aerospace, process control, biotechnology and intelligent transportation fields.
The ITF will deploy Sammi -- an application-development kit that allows users to custom-build elaborate graphical displays to view large volumes of streaming data -- as the user-interface for a variety of these space-mission simulators.
Today, only a handful of firms custom-design and custom-build conservatories, with more custom conservatories being built in the U.
UAN minimizes our need to custom-build strategic processes and connections and leverages proven best practices to dramatically reduce the risk, complexity, and cost of integration," said Jim deMin, Technical Manager of Infonet Services Corporation.