remanufacture

[ree-man-yuh-fak-cher]
verb (used with object), remanufactured, remanufacturing.
1.
to refurbish (a used product) by renovating and reassembling its components: to remanufacture a vacuum cleaner.
2.
to make a new or different product of: to remanufacture fireplace logs from wood chips.
noun
3.
the act or process of remanufacturing a product.
4.
the product itself.

Origin:
1790–1800; re- + manufacture

remanufacturer, noun
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