Tooling definition

Tooling means tooling inventory, including but not limited to dies, molds, tooling, casting patterns, gauges, jigs, racks and stands for engines, cowls, radome and wheels, aircraft jacks, test benches, test equipment, lathes, welders, grinders, presses, punches and hoists and other similar items (whether or not completed or fixed or handheld).
Tooling means tools funded or provided by the Buyer.
Tooling means all tooling, used in production or inspection of Products, either provided to Seller or supplied by Seller whereby Boeing agrees to pay Seller for the manufacture of the tooling.

Examples of Tooling in a sentence

  • Classification of Test Equipment – All tooling and test equipment listed on the Master Tooling List shall be assigned to and labeled and/or identified as one of the following categories:8.1. Shop Standard – Test equipment designated and calibrated as a shop standard may only be used in the certification of other test equipment.

  • Supplier may not substitute, alter or replace any Material and Special Tooling provided by Wolfspeed without the prior express written consent of Wolfspeed.

  • Material and Special Tooling, while in Supplier’s care, custody, possession or control will be kept in good condition, and Supplier will bear all risk of loss thereof and damage thereto, normal wear and tear excepted.

  • Where Wolfspeed has supplied excess Material and Special Tooling, such as for a scrap allowance, Supplier must account for and promptly return to Wolfspeed any such excess.

  • At Wolfspeed’s request, Supplier will prepare such Material and Special Tooling for shipment and will deliver same to Wolfspeed pursuant to Wolfspeed’s shipping instructions, at Wolfspeed’s expense.


More Definitions of Tooling

Tooling means all patterns, dies, jigs, designs, prototypes, prints, moulds or other tooling, drawings, plans, specifications and the like relating to or supplied or made for the purpose of the manufacture, design or specification of Parts.
Tooling means dies, molds, tooling and similar items.
Tooling means all tooling, as defined in Boeing Document M31-24, "Boeing Suppliers Tooling Manual," and/or described on any Order, including but not limited to Boeing-Use Tooling, Supplier-Use Tooling and Common-Use Tooling as defined in Boeing Document D6-49004, "Operations General Requirements for Suppliers," and Rotating-Use Tooling as defined in Boeing Document M31-13, "Accountability of Inplant/Outplant Special (Contract)
Tooling means the production of molding tools such as shapes, matrixes, molds, or other instruments and utensils that are used during manufacturing of fiberglass boats.
Tooling means tools for use with or created pursuant to the Works
Tooling means all tooling, machinery, equipment (including assembly equipment), dies, test and assembly fixtures, jigs, gauges, patterns, casting patterns, cavities, molds, and related documentation (including engineering specifications, PPAP books, and test reports), together with any accessions, attachments, parts, accessories, substitutions, replacements, and appurtenances.