reassembly


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Noun1.reassembly - assembling again
reconstruction - the activity of constructing something again
anastylosis - the archeological reassembly of ruined monuments from fallen or decayed fragments (incorporating new materials when necessary)
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reassembly

[ˌriːəˈsemblɪ] N
1. (Tech) → nuevo montaje m
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Part 3: Dismantling, preparing for transportation, transportation and reassembly and commissioning 6 ZFCS laser systems manufactured by Coherent Inc.
Eccleston is overseeing the reassembly of the house.
The simple and maintenance-friendly design allows for easy disassembly, inspection/cleaning, and reassembly with basic hand tools and can be rebuilt without uninstalling entire assembly.
The system's design reduces the time required to perform cleaning procedures, with interlocked, hinged louvers that can easily be operated and lifted, reducing the time dedicated to reassembly after cleaning.
50-caliber machinegun disassembly and reassembly, the Army physical fitness test, a medical evacuation exercise, and a combative challenge.
Cleaning and reassembly of the bones revealed the preserved bite marks on the ichthyosaur's lower jaw.
Remanufacturing includes complete machine disassembly, inspection, refurbishment, reassembly and thorough testing.
When customers require the capability of producing advanced tubing that is sometimes as fine or even finer than a single human hair, the residue left in the chamber can create unnecessary and unwanted downtime because of the complexity of its cleaning and reassembly.
Mr Robinson said that flaking paint would affect the torque during reassembly and could have compromised the helicopter's safety.
It presents five modern self-defense shotguns and shows the viewer complete disassembly and reassembly of each firearm, loading and unloading, practice and dry-firing drills and shooting skills for improving speed and accuracy.
This article will begin to deal with the disassembly, troubleshooting, cleaning, and reassembly of a typical, flashed, 16-cavity valve-gate manifold.
Upon landing, it hovers, then drops to the ground where it breaks into pieces to await for reassembly.