production line

noun
an arrangement of machines or sequence of operations involved with a single manufacturing operation or production process. Compare assembly line, line1 ( def 29 ).

Origin:
1930–35

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production line
 
n
a factory system in which parts or components of the end product are transported by a conveyor through a number of different sites at each of which a manual or machine operation is performed on them without interrupting the flow of production

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Example sentences
With scan times of less than a second, the system is fast enough to be used on
  a production line.
The idea of the production line is echoed in his use of printmaking, in which
  many copies of the same image can be reproduced.
The interesting point is the mechanism of how this production line of theses
  got the huge attention.
To do so, a laser reader could be mounted at the end of a production line.
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