backwork

backwork

(ˈbækˌwɜːk)
n
work carried out under the ground
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Up to three tools can be at work simultaneously with both Y axes and backwork at the same time.
"I've worked there for years andwas due to start backwork soon, but I found I'd lostmy job by reading the ECHO.
James, of Backwork, North Tyneside, was an avid Liverpool fan but his hero was Newcastle United's keeper Shay Given.
* Pickup spindle and three-station backwork tool carrier;
Back plaster - decrease plastic additions according to concept, - backwork of the plaster applications of the background; These must be worked back so far that the stone substitute mass can be applied.
The shop needed to backwork the part, but could not grab the outside of the part with the OD pickoff attachment because it would distort the threads.