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770 ILCS 105/2
(770 ILCS 105/2)
(from Ch. 82, par. 352)
For purposes of this Act:
(A) The term "processor" means any individual or entity including, but
not limited to, a tool or die maker, who contracted with, or uses a tool,
die, mold, jig, fixture, form or pattern to manufacture, assemble, or
otherwise make a plastic or metal product or products for a customer.
(B) The term "customer" means any individual or entity who contracted with,
or caused a plastic or metal processor to use a tool, die, mold, jig,
fixture, form or pattern to manufacture, assemble, or otherwise make
plastic or metal components or products.
(C) The term "special tool" means a tool, die, mold, jig, fixture, form, pattern, or part used to manufacture, assemble, or otherwise make plastic or
metal components or products.
(D) The term "toolmaker" means a person including, but not limited to, a mold builder, model maker, patternmaker, molder, die maker, metal former, jig and fixture builder, die sinker, die caster, mold designer, mold programmer, die designer, die programmer, and mold or die engineer, that fabricates, cuts, casts, forms, or designs molds for the plastic industry or dies for the metal forming industry.
(Source: P.A. 94-615, eff. 1-1-06.)