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toolchest

(ˈtuːltʃɛst)
n
(Tools) a chest in which tools are kept
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Google's G Suite for Education took the Silver award, with Classroom (one component of G Suite) cited frequently by educators as a powerful addition to their toolchest.
"And where's that?" "In the toolchest." "But the toolchest was full when we packed it the other day!" "Well, it wasn't when I took the emergency generator out."
The SP toolchest is filling with a variety of algorithms, giving the system designer an increasingly sophisticated palette to paint from.
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CAD/CAM systems include Cimatron, Toolchest, Cadkey, XMD, and Power Mill.