Some articles on manufacture:
... Cartons filled with short shelf life dairy products use board that are barrier coated on both sides with one layer of low density polyethylene ... For long shelf life products it is common to use aluminium foil as barrier coating together with polyethylene ...
... Spicules are tiny glass flakes which are formed during the manufacture of glass vials ... glass blank during forming, and if the vial is not reheated or cleaned after manufacture, these spicules can drift off into the mixture subsequently ... This is a serious problem in the manufacture of soft contact lenses or pharmaceutical products ...
... for the product’s parts as well as tools to manufacture those parts, using integrated or separate CAM computer-aided manufacturing software ...
... The manufacture de Nast was a prominent hard-paste porcelain factory founded in Paris in 1783 by Jean Népomucène Hermann Nast, an Austrian born French citizen ... The manufacture de Nast was also in the forefront of developing new highly pigmented color glazes ... Nast's two sons continued management of the manufacture de Nast until its sale in 1835 ...
... production unit in Malmö is devoted primarily to the specialized manufacture of regenerative products ... acquired the Swedish company Biora, which specialized in the manufacture of the protein-based products for tissue regeneration ... The manufacture of Emdogain, an easy to apply protein based gel for use in periodontal disease, is focused in Malmö ...
More definitions of "manufacture":
- (noun): The organized action of making of goods and services for sale.
- (noun): The act of making something (a product) from raw materials.
Example: "An improvement in the manufacture of explosives"; "manufacturing is vital to Great Britain"
Famous quotes containing the word manufacture:
“The profession of magician, is one of the most perilous and arduous specialisations of the imagination. On the one hand there is the hostility of God and the police to be guarded against; on the other it is as difficult as music, as deep as poetry, as ingenious as stage-craft, as nervous as the manufacture of high explosives, and as delicate as the trade in narcotics.”
—William Bolitho (18901930)
“Yes, thats what I needed. Living flesh from humans for my experiments. What difference did it make if a few people had to die? Their flesh taught me how to manufacture arms, legs, faces that are human. Ill make a crippled world whole again.”
—Robert Tusker, and Michael Curtiz. Wells (Preston Foster)
“Culture is an instrument wielded by teachers to manufacture teachers, who, in their turn, will manufacture still more teachers.”
—Simone Weil (19091943)