Definition of Tool-and-die work
1. Noun. The craft of making special tools and dies.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tool-and-die Work
Literary usage of Tool-and-die work
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Worker Protection: Private Sector Ergonomics Programs Yield Positive Results edited by Nancy Crothers (1998)
"By creating an Ergonomie Prototype Work Center in the tool and die work area, the ergonomics team enabled employees to experiment with different tools and ..."
2. Principles and Methods of Industrial Education for Use in Teacher Training by William Henry Dooley (1919)
"Tool and die work. 6. Jigs, fixtures, and machine construction. 7. Machine-shop mathematics. 8. Blue-print reading and machine drawing for machinists. 9. ..."
3. The Education of the Ne'er-do-well by William Henry Dooley (1919)
"Tool and die work. 6. Jigs, fixtures, and machine construction. 7. Machine-shop mathematics, 8. Blue-print reading and machine drawing for machinists. 9. ..."
4. Purchasing Principles and Practices by John Cecil Dinsmore (1922)
"The reported discovery of a new method of tempering copper for tool and die work opens up a new and very interesting and profitable field for the producer ..."
5. The Edison Monthly by New York Edison Company (1914)
"... filing machines, adding machines, and typewriter tool and die work. ii A half million cigarettes was the output for the period of the F.\|H>sition. ..."