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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Incorporated into the program is a hands-on training component with teams working on 4-cylinder Lycoming O-360 engines, learning proper procedures for engine disassembly and reassembly.
I only wanted to put the most relevant information related to disassembly, reassembly and troubleshooting, along with a short history, all in one place.
A die cart said to have easy disassembly and reassembly features a high volume, adjustable center accumulating crosshead.
The body is 17-4PH T6 stainless with a Cerakote finish, and the titanium baffles are indexed for easy reassembly after cleaning.
The German automaker decided to bring full-scale production capabilities for the Sprinter vans to the United States in 2015, investing $500 million to expand its existing campus beyond a reassembly site.
Mowbray's excellent A Collector's Guide to Military Pistol & Revolver Disassembly and Reassembly is a good source for takedown instructions for the Mak and other handguns.
Reassembly takes about 12 hours with three experienced fitters on the job.
The following method is recommended by most manufacturers when the disassembly and reassembly of Small Bore Twin Ferrule Compression Fittings is required.
Conventional microdroplet generation systems must undergo tedious disassembly, re-sterilization and system reassembly. The Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology's S-Droplet SDG 2000 bypasses those hurdles by utilizing low-cost, easily replaceable and disposable plastic microfluidic chips for bio-encapsulation.
Eccleston is overseeing the reassembly of the house.
Each of the line's three models is fully mobile, offers quick tool-free dismantling and reassembly and occupies minimal floor space.