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forger

n. a person who commits the crime of forgery, by making false documents or signatures. (See: forgery)

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Basilea will make an upfront payment to Forge to access the BLACKSMITH platform for two targets.
"Autodesk's Forge platform is a set of web service APIs that act as building blocks made up of CAD and engineering data.
DJ Nihal Arthanayake pictured in the Loughborough forge with Josh Burrell.
Virtual Forge CEO Dr Markus Schumacher said the company has been active in both Arab and APAC regions for years from within Germany and has already won prestigious customers.
We're hobbyists, but we own both wood-burning and coal-burning forges on our homestead.
The Forge Initiative will help Autodesk realize the future of making things by partnering with developers and innovators to expand opportunities and connect all of the steps to design, make and use the next generation of products.
"Our new state-of-the-art website design simplifies the overall pistol customization process, allowing our customers to build a 1911 that best fits their needs and personality," said Benny Deal, Republic Forge president.
The new 10,000 ton press, which is expected to enter production by September 2014, can forge aluminum, steel and titanium parts up to 400 kg.
Utilizing Fujifilm technology, Forge Guard security labels are hidden full-color images and text that are nearly impossible for counterfeiters to copy due to their range of colors and complex resolutions.
The main aim of this present paper is to demonstrate that the use of ECAE processed AA-5083 as starting material makes it possible to forge a part, in this case in the shape of a straight blade, improving its mechanical properties, if it is compared with the use of annealed AA-5083 as initial material.
28 -- Autodesk, a provider of cloud-based design and engineering software, has unfurled Project Forge, the world's first comprehensive cloud-based 3D modeling offering.
Working with ingots of that size requires an "ultra-heavy" forge. And it is work that by necessity will be done outside the United States, because the U.S.