Translation of assembler in Spanish:


ensamblador, n.

Pronunciation /əˈsɛmblər//əˈsɛmblə/


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    ensamblador masculine
    • The domestic assemblers have run out of options that would produce the cash or lower the costs of production by the billions of dollars needed to stay in the game and create a constant flow of competitive product
    • This paper presents the results of a benchmarking study carried out to assess and compare the levels of manufacturing performance achieved by 16 British contract electronics assemblers.
    • The regional strategy has focused on recruiting ‘beacon’ businesses of large employers such as car assemblers.
    • That's probably overstated, but the exploits of the overseas based domestic assemblers do have an excellent track record with product, price, productivity and profitability.
    • Cars initially were produced by teams of skilled assemblers who fit together crudely made components.
    • I met crankshaft grinders and engine assemblers who could discuss the ROI of their machine tools.
    • Everyone, from secretaries to engine assemblers, can tell you what kind of return their work creates for the company, and the costs of the products they use.
    • The current staff of nine, which includes five product assemblers and a small marketing team, should continue as company operatives.
    • We do not want someone who'll come in and turn us into an assembler for them.
    • That meant working closely with engineers and assemblers to build a simple user interface and limit production costs.
    • First, teams of assemblers moved from fixed chassis to fixed chassis, or assemblers simply stayed with their chassis while others brought them tools and parts as needed.
    • For instance, coral polyps amount to natural assemblers as they build their reefs.
    • The plant's workforce includes skilled moulders, assemblers and maintenance workers, many of whom are furious at the reports of closure.
    • But it was seen that many of the local assemblers are of the view that since they provide better after-sales service and better-bundled peripheral schemes they will not loose their market share.
    • China offers auto assemblers and especially component producers hourly wages below $1.00 for skilled workers who are only too happy to accept those wages as the ticket to a middle class lifestyle.
    • In addition to producing for end-product assemblers, there is also the potential to produce replacement parts, not only for Thailand, but also the region.
    • The tiny cylinder latch assembly gave the assemblers fits and, in 1906, it was eliminated in favor of a locking bolt in a lug under the barrel.
    • More obvious are the engineers and assemblers housed in those buildings.
    • This number includes the three two-man engine assembly teams, a full-time head assembler and ‘floating’ person that works two full days a week on head assembly.
    • We don't have managers and assemblers, editors and secretaries, surgeons and nurses.