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tool·mak·er

 (to͞ol′mā′kər)
n.
One that makes tools, especially a skilled machinist trained in making and repairing tools and parts.

tool′mak′ing n.
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Translations

toolmaking

[ˈtuːlˌmeɪkɪŋ] Ntalladura f de herramientas
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ONE of Birmingham's most famous engineering brands is reaching out across the globe to help locate its iconic 'missing in action' toolmaking machines.
Petford Group managing director Melvin Sinar began as an apprentice with the specialist toolmaking and injection moulding business.
We can now offer our customers high-volume production, device assembly, and rapid precision toolmaking throughout the United States and, through Westfall's extensive sales team, can offer our services to customers we could never previously reach," says Yuan Tian, Delta's president and chief executive officer.
We can now offer our customers high-volume production, device assembly and rapid precision toolmaking throughout the United States and, through Westfall's extensive sales team, can offer our services to customers we could never previously reach," said Yuan Tian, Delta's president and CEO.
Evolution of creativity was paralleled by the evolution of toolmaking and proved by the variety and complexity of tools discovered by archaeologists.
In his Crossing Boundaries lectures titled 'Digitally Crafted: Digital Design and Fabrication', Lee, an assistant professor of Graphic Design at Appalachian State University in North Carolina in the United States, will share not only the success and failure of the toolmaking process, but also his ongoing research efforts to develop, test and find the place of the emerging technologies in creative practices.
OGM, a specialist in plastic injection moulding, says it has published an in-depth white paper explaining how a new toolmaking technology can help companies half the lead time for mould tools.
He joined the family firm in 1949 aged 21 and took courses in accountancy, design, toolmaking and production engineering to learn the trade before being made managing director at just 31.
Betty, a New Caledonian crow heralded as a toolmaking prodigy, may not have been such a whiz bird after all.
Horsham-based injection moulder, Pentagon Plastics, has acquired neighbouring toolmaking firm, Phoenix Engineering 2009 Ltd (formerly Punctual Precision) for an undisclosed sum.
Located around 40 km north of Stuttgart, CNC-Bearbeitung Jurgen Buss GmbH (known locally as Buss Toolmaking) has earned its reputation as a competent and reliable partner in CNC machining and toolmaking to industries such as automotive, medical, environmental, and agriculture; the wisdom of not allowing more than 10 to 15 percent of turnover to be spoken for by any single customer demonstrates astute management.
The aim of the institute is to develop new and alternative drive technologies and platforms and to conduct analysis into product strategies, market launch, technology transfer, toolmaking, and the development of training programmes.