Rework

The act of doing something again because it was not done right the first time. It can occur for a variety of reasons, including insufficient planning, failure of a customer to specify the needed input, and failure of a supplier to provide a consistently high quality output.

rework

Repetition of a manufacturing process to bring an assembly into compatibility with a spec or contract requirement.
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Rework

[electronics] Rework (or re-work) is the term for the refinishing operation or repair of an electronic printed circuit board (PCB) assembly, usually involving desoldering and re-soldering of surface-mounted electronic components (SMD). Mass processing techniques are not applicable to single device repair or replacement, and specialized manu...
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Rework

[Electronics Production] The act of reprocessing non-complying product, through the use of original or alternate equivalent processing, in a manner that assures compliance of the product with applicable drawings or specifications (IPC-T-50K).
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rework

Perishables
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rework

[v] - use again in altered form
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