Some aspects of an integrated manufacturing system.
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Some aspects of an integrated manufacturing system. by Jules Farkas

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Published by University of Aston in Birmingham. Department ofProduction Technology and Production Management in Birmingham .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL21000496M

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  Presented in this book are some of the most relevant aspects of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) in Japan. The volume compares the development of CIM in the context of Japan as well as that of Europe and the United States. It includes studies of the implemented CIM systems in many Edition: 1. Overview. Computer-integrated manufacturing is used in automotive, aviation, space, and ship building industries. The term "computer-integrated manufacturing" is both a method of manufacturing and the name of a computer-automated system in which individual engineering, production, marketing, and support functions of a manufacturing enterprise are organized. Integrated Manufacturing Systems (Integrated Summarises the control hierarchy for the adopted FMS and operational aspects of the system. Concludes that FMS offers benefits in human terms, such. In Manufacturing Systems: 1. Special Mfg. System: the least flexible CIM system. It is designed to produce a CIM System Transfer Lines Stand Alone NC Machine Part Variety (# of different parts) Production Volumn (part/yr) 15, 15 Part Variety (# of different parts) Production Volumn (part/yr) 15, 15 Special System Manfuacturing Cell File Size: KB.

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