subassemble

subassemble

(ˌsʌbəˈsɛmbəl)
vb (tr)
to assemble a basic part of a larger assembly
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"We are able to cast, machine, and subassemble with short lead times--currently producing to release on a three week lead time basis-with total reject of less than 0.02%," said Tim Butcher CFMS.
We will partially subassemble the [S.sup.(i)], obtaining [??], enforcing the continuity of the primal variables only.
We can machine, paint, inspect and subassemble in-house and will send parts out for powder coating if needed.
Global companies like Medtronic pic, Boston Scientific Corp., Philips Healthcare and others expect EMS providers not only to design, manufacture, subassemble and assemble printed circuit boards (PCBs) but test them as well.
Products and services: It assembles complete vehicles and subassembles modules.