disassembly disassembly


  • (n) the act of taking something apart (as a piece of machinery)




  1. Not only is some assembly required, but to have real fun, lots of disassembly and reassembly is a must.
  2. Once disassembly is complete, the real question arises.
  3. He says the Russian military, which presumably will continue watching over stored warheads, provides better security than the civilian agency that oversees warhead disassembly.


  • ScrewMat for Galaxy Note II Screen Repair Now Available

    ScrewMat.com has just released a new patent pending tool and guide for the smartphone repair industry. The ScrewMat for Galaxy Note II is designed to allow for easy disassembly and assembly for screen repair and other common Note 2 repairs for the popular Samsung device. (PRWeb June 19, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/screwmat/galaxy/prweb10843501.htm
    on June 19, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  • "In test tube experiments, we've found that the kinetochore proteins form rings around the microtubules and this ring formation promotes microtubule assembly, stabilizes against disassembly, and promotes bundling," says Eva Nogales, a...
    on Feb 2, 2005 By: Eva Nogales Source: Innovations-Report

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