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Read more about Fabrication:  Processes in Arts, Crafts and Manufacturing, Falsehoods

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Fabrication - Falsehoods
... A type of lie Fiction Fable Fabrication (science), a form of scientific misconduct. ...
... Major projects carried out by the company since 1965 include design, fabrication and erection of conveyor tracks for cement- lignite- wet and dry ash- bauxite, fabrication and installation of mining equipment (excava ...
Semiconductor Growth - Hazardous Materials
... Many toxic materials are used in the fabrication process ... The high degree of automation common in the IC fabrication industry helps to reduce the risks of exposure of this sort ... Most fabrication facilities employ exhaust management systems, such as wet scrubbers, combustors, heated absorber cartridges etc ...
Solid Surface - Fabrication - Tools
... Tools of surface fabrication include routers, drills, templates, clamps, ovens, suction cup grips, and table saws ... For all but the simplest jobs, surface fabrication usually takes place in the workshop, after which the finished product is assembled and installed at ...
AERSP 404H - Course Work - Fabrication
... The third component is the fabrication of parts that have been designed and analyzed theoretically ... engineering lab is currently assigned for fabrication, however students utilize various other locations such as the Penn State Learning Factory ... Common fabrication tools include hot-wire foam cutter, belt sander, vacuum engineering tools and drill press ...

Famous quotes containing the word fabrication:

    Capitalism is an art form, an Apollonian fabrication to rival nature. It is hypocritical for feminists and intellectuals to enjoy the pleasures and conveniences of capitalism while sneering at it.... Everyone born into capitalism has incurred a debt to it. Give Caesar his due.
    Camille Paglia (b. 1947)

    What preoccupies us, then, is not God as a fact of nature, but as a fabrication useful for a God-fearing society. God himself becomes not a power but an image.
    Daniel J. Boorstin (b. 1914)

    Some people are under the impression that all that is required to make a good fisherman is the ability to tell lies easily and without blushing; but this is a mistake. Mere bald fabrication is useless; the veriest tyro can manage that. It is in the circumstantial detail, the embellishing touches of probability, the general air of scrupulous—almost of pedantic—veracity, that the experienced angler is seen.
    Jerome K. Jerome (1859–1927)