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n.1.One who rebuilds.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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But the iconoclast saith: "Ye shall have none at all, for ye need them not; and if the rebuilder fooleth round hereabout, behold I will depress the head of him and sit thereon till he squawk it." is currently giving every car dealer and rebuilder in the United States free use of the platform for 60 days.
This designer, custom engineer, manufacturer and rebuilder of rubber and plastic machinery is highlighted in a six-page, four-color, fold-out brochure.
Overhaul, a rebuilder of railroad maintenance machinery and components in Arcola, Ill.
For this type of spindle failure, the best advice I can give is to develop a relationship with a company that specializes in precision spindle rebuilding--a rebuilder that offers emergency spindle repair service and has qualified field service support when you need it.
The two divisions up for sale are the DeVlieg Bullard Services Group, the spares inventory in Rockford, Ill., and the Machine Tool Group, a rebuilder that had operated a plant in Twinsburg, Ohio.
(BMPS) in Concord, Ont., a major rebuilder of reheat stretch-blow machines for PET bottles, has become exclusive distributor of three lines of equipment.
"I wish we had $1 for every time someone has asked that question," said Denise Bredfeldt, a former transmission rebuilder and now general manager of Bizlit, Inc., an operating unit of SRC.
After recently completing the addition of a new office wing at its company headquarters, Precision Roll Grinders, Allentown, PA, a rebuilder of rolls for the pulp and paper industries, has also broken ground for a new plant expansion.
This rebuilder of polymer process equipment offers a 12-page, four-color brochure showcasing its offerings.
Maintenance Service Corp., the large upper-Midwest rebuilder of factory equipment, has posted draft standards for remanufacturing, rebuilding, and CNC retrofitting machine tools on a special Web site: