Machine Shop

  • (noun): Workshop where metal is cut and shaped etc., by machine tools.

Some articles on machine shop, machines, machine, shop:

Styles Of Beyond Discography - With Fort Minor
... We Major (Mixtape) (2005) "Believe Me" (2005, Machine Shop Recordings/Warner Bros.) "Petrified" (2005, Machine Shop Recordings/Warner Bros.) The Rising Tied (2005, Machine Shop Recordings/War ...
Machinery Repairman
... ships, requiring the skillful use of lathes, milling machines, boring mills, grinders, power hack saws, drill presses, and other machine tools portable machinery hand tools and measuring ... MRs are skilled machine tool operators ... Machinery Repairmen assist "EN's" by repairing or producing parts in the machine shop ...
Munson Valley Historic District - Structures
... Building, Ranger Dormitory, Transformer Building, Comfort Station, Mess Hall, Warehouse, and Machine Shop ... meat house, transformer building, comfort station (later converted to a sign shop), warehouse, and machine shop ... fountain Ranger mess hall Supply warehouse Park machine shop At Munson Valley, rustic structures successfully blend with the natural environment ...
Santa Fe Railway Shops (Albuquerque) - Buildings - Machine Shop
... By far the largest building at the railyard is the machine shop, which spans the full width of the site from Second to Commercial and contains about 165,000 ...
Schulich School Of Engineering - Buildings and Services - Main Complex - Machine Shop
... The machine shop in the Schulich School of Engineering came into existence with the school in 1966, and provides a variety of mechanical construction services to the students and faculty members ... The shop provides a variety of services, including CNC machining, manual machining, fabrication, and carpentry ...

Famous quotes containing the words shop and/or machine:

    For through the painter must you see his skill,
    To find where your true image pictured lies,
    Which in my bosom’s shop is hanging still,
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    The momentary charge at Balaklava, in obedience to a blundering command, proving what a perfect machine the soldier is, has, properly enough, been celebrated by a poet laureate; but the steady, and for the most part successful, charge of this man, for some years, against the legions of Slavery, in obedience to an infinitely higher command, is as much more memorable than that as an intelligent and conscientious man is superior to a machine. Do you think that that will go unsung?
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)