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One that designs, builds, or repairs mills or mill machinery.


a person who designs, builds, or repairs grain mills or mill machinery



1. a person who erects the machinery of a mill.
2. a person who designs and erects mills and mill machinery.
3. a person who maintains and repairs machinery in a mill.
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Noun1.millwright - a workman who designs or erects mills and milling machinerymillwright - a workman who designs or erects mills and milling machinery
wright - someone who makes or repairs something (usually used in combination)
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The Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights (MRCC) is pleased to partner with the North American International Auto Show.
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We have specific spot shortages of people," says Thomas, mentioning the limited supply of millwrights, ironworkers and pipefitter trades for short-term, shutdown jobs.
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This ensures that their skills as electricians, welders and millwrights will be put to maximum use in the operation of the mine going forward.
Barnard says these "ready-to-be-productive" electricians, millwrights, heavy equipment mechanics, welders, machinists and tool-and-die makers will have one year of college under their belts as well as their first level of apprenticeship when they graduate.
Oliver was elected president of his local 1693 and elected as a delegate to the Chicago District in 1975, elected Chair of the Midwestern Association of Millwrights in 1985 was elected President/Executive Secretary/Treasurer of the Chicago and Northeast Illinois District Council of Carpenters in 1992 and the elected 1st Vice President of the Chicago and Cook County Building and Construction Trade Council in 1994.
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He works part-time at Cambrian College teaching his trade to future millwrights.
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Kenneth Moll said, "the primary goals of this class action are to (1) obtain a Court Order forcing manufacturers to stop the manufacture and sale of welding products that contain manganese and issue a recall, (2) inform the public that welders (pipe fitters, electrical workers, ironworkers, steelworkers, metal workers, plumbers, railroad maintenance workers, piledrivers, millwrights, glass manufacturers, etc.
Already the industry is crying for electricians, millwrights, instrumentation technicians, heavy equipment operators and mechanics.