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manufacturability

Definitions

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  • noun The condition of being manufacturable

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Examples

  • "This is the first iris-recognition system to employ adaptive optics, and so the R&D and engineering teams have had to invent the system architecture, while meeting stringent targets for commercialization, such as manufacturability, reliability, serviceability and cost," explained Tusa.

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  • Bamboo itself is one of the most ample and cheapest materials found in Colombia, and by using this as the base material, the lamps are almost completely biodegradable (sans the electronics) and can be locally sourced, making for easy manufacturability by the native population.

    Beautiful Bamboo Flow Lights are Powered by the Wind! | Inhabitat

  • Its plastic like manufacturability also means that it cannot be used in high temperature applications, i.e., above 260°C, because it becomes soft and weakened.

    Metal Uniform | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • Amy ordered a manufacturability analysis, and the Juicebug, as it came to be code-named, was now much cheaper to manufacture and the potential market, for the price, absolutely huge.

    VELOCITY

  • We used it for all kinds of things, small-lot classified work, single-piece projects – and more important, we used it to build prototypes and to test manufacturability.

    VELOCITY

  • Amy ordered a manufacturability analysis, and the Juicebug, as it came to be code-named, was now much cheaper to manufacture and the potential market, for the price, absolutely huge.

    VELOCITY

  • We used it for all kinds of things, small-lot classified work, single-piece projects – and more important, we used it to build prototypes and to test manufacturability.

    VELOCITY

  • We used it for all kinds of things, small-lot classified work, single-piece projects – and more important, we used it to build prototypes and to test manufacturability.

    VELOCITY

  • Amy ordered a manufacturability analysis, and the Juicebug, as it came to be code-named, was now much cheaper to manufacture and the potential market, for the price, absolutely huge.

    VELOCITY

  • We used it for all kinds of things, small-lot classified work, single-piece projects – and more important, we used it to build prototypes and to test manufacturability.

    VELOCITY

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