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Handbuilt, hand-built or hand built

Hi. Our International organisation is starting to use the word handbuilt in marketing campaigns and slogans, so I want to be 100% clear on the proper use. I've always considered it as two separate words unlike handmade, but I've seen it used across the web in all ways, so I'm reaching out for some clarity if anyone could help shed some light?

Much appreciated

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