R&D facilities at the Birds Royd Lane site in Brighouse will include a technical drawing office and a shop floor laboratory where the team will be able to fast-track the testing of new concepts and prototypes.
What does DO stand for?
DO stands for Drawing Office
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We have 29 other meanings of DO in our Acronym Attic
- Divisional Officer
- Doctor of Obstetrics
- Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
- Doctor of Osteopathy
- Doctor of Otolaryngology
- Dominican Republic
- Dommages Ouvrage (French: Work Damage)
- Donk Out (poker)
- Dornier (German aircraft manufacturer)
- Drift Orbit
- Driver Only (train operated by the driver only)
- Due Out
- Duty Officer
- Ombudsmannen mot Etnisk Diskriminering (the Swedish national ombudsman for issues on ethnic discrimination)
- Operational Dependability
- Operations Directorate (NIMA)
- US Duty Officer
- District Officer (Training)
- Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology (University of Washington; Seattle, WA)
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The newly-opened museum is 100 yards from where Titanic's hull was launched and beside it is the drawing office where she was designed.
The grandfather of two and father of one was born in Aberbargoed, and educated at New Tredegar Technical Institute, before working in the drawing office of the National Coal Board, becoming an assistant engineer and finally a works manager.
A&P Tyne project director Darren Brown, who was a teenage apprentice in the drawing office at the Swan Hunter Palmers Yard in Hebburn, when the Ark Royal was built, said: "I never thought I'd be involved in another aircraft carrier, particularly the size of this one.
He worked his way from the shop floor through research and development, the drawing office, sales and eventually to the applications department of which he became manager in 1989.
Dave knew straight away that they were mine After my year in the workshops it was into the drawing office where Les Reid was in overall charge.
30pm) Fiona Bruce, left, presents from the former drawing offices of Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Following a short introduction by Dr Ing Philip Farrugia, Regional Coordinator of the IED Malta Branch, presentations were delivered on CAD in the Drawing Office by Mr Emmanuel Gatt, from MCAST; CAD For Factory Workshop Design by Ing Emmanuel Francalanza, from the University of Malta; Collaborative CAD for Competitive Performance by Dr Ing Philip Farrugia; and finally on the euCAD On-line Training System by Jonathan C Borg, from MECB Ltd.