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Chapter 8.5, Problem 11RQ
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The combination of the machining operations required to produce a part is called a manufacturing ______________.

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The suitable term for the blank space in the statement, “The combination of the machining operations required to produce a part is called a manufacturing ______________.”

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Manufacturing is a process of conversion of raw material into a final product. It comprises of a change in the shape, size of the material, finishing, joining the material, and providing dimensional accuracy. It also changes the physical and chemical properties of a material. For manufacturing a single product, number of processes is involved.

The various manufacturing processes are:

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