reblend

reblend

(riːˈblɛnd)
vb (tr)
to blend (ingredients, colours, sounds, etc) again
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Reblend inks by utilizing an ink matching system maybe your ink vendor will provide you with one, depending on your purchase history with them.
In the end, the contract manufacturer's management stated in an email that it refused to reblend or retest, and furthermore would not accept anymore purchase orders from the company.
The Cedarapids Remix Anti-Segregation System is designed to uniformly pull material from the hopper and continuously reblend it as it is transported back to the screed.
The gloss also makes the colour easy to reblend if it creases too much.
In October 1994, the city's Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Center, seeking a way to avoid the cost and groundwater-contamination risks of disposal, teamed with a local manufacturer to bulk, reblend, tint, and repackage waste paint for sale to Albuquerque's Graffiti Removal Services Program.
Errors below the desired level make it necessary to reblend to return to the minimum percentage of alcohol stated on the can.
10 a serving; their Grow Right Micronutrient Supplement Program which enhances children's nutritional health; their "Write Your Future" program which supports education through the manufacture of school notebooks and pencils; their Rainbow Paint Reblending Program which collects and reblends leftover latex paint.
Cost savings by minimizing quality giveaways in RON, MON and RVP Minimizing, if not eliminating, the need for reblends