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ⓘ Machinist. A machinist is a person who uses tools to make or modify parts. A machinist can cut metal, plastic, wood, or other materials. Examples of machinists ..




Machinist
                                     

ⓘ Machinist

A machinist is a person who uses tools to make or modify parts. A machinist can cut metal, plastic, wood, or other materials. Examples of machinists include electricians and carpenters. A machinist may be a man backstage in a theatre who operates trapdoors, flying machines, and other machines during the production of a theatrical work.

                                     
  • Spielberg s Empire of the Sun. He also played in American Psycho and The Machinist In 2010, Bale won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for his performance
  • distance the screw travels in one turn or revolution. Burnham, Reuben Wesley 1915 Mathematics for Machinists John Wiley & sons, Incorporated. p. 137.
  • kilometre Square building area Carpentry square Combination square Machinist square Speed square Steel square Set square T - square Try square A town
  • A ball - peen also spelled pein hammer, also known as a machinist s hammer, is a type of peening hammer used in metalworking. It is classified from a
  • poor, itinerant workers walking from place to place looking for jobs Machinists are metalsmiths who produce high - precision parts and tools. The most advanced
  • of using the compound is still being developed. It is also used as a machinists dye to check wear patterns. Indigo List of colors Navy blue Boddy - Evans
  • as Captain Pullman David Keith as Captain Hartigan Holt McCallany as Machinist s Mate First Class Dylan Rourke David Conrad as Captain Hanks Joshua Leonard
  • He went to the village elementary school until 1905. In 1907 he was machinist s apprentice in Sisak. In 1910 he joined the union of workers and social - democratic
  • mother Marion Elaine Gacy. Gacy s father was a World War I veteran and a machinist while his mother worked at home. He had two sisters, one younger and
  • railroad as a switchman. In 1871, he became a member of the International Machinists and Blacksmiths union. He later became its president. During the Long