Assembly automation: proceedings of the 9th International conference, 15-17 March 1988, London, UK
This highly successful annual event moves to London for 1988, with a change in format, offering two one day seminars and a two day conference programme. Papers from all three events are included in this volume, the ninth in the series. The first seminar is entitled "Japan vs Europe" and includes papers from distinguished Japanese academics and industrialists outlining some of the differences in national approaches. "Product Design for Assembly" looks at the design implications of advances in assembly technology. Led by Alan Redford and Myrup Andreasen, these sessions include case study material from Adept Technology and Lucas Engineering and Systems.
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A model of automatization on a final assembly line in automobile industry
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analysis application armature assembly automation assembly cell assembly cost assembly line assembly operations assembly process assembly robots assembly sequence assembly system assembly-oriented product design automatic assembly batch bearing cap brushplate Castle Bromwich cell computer circuit board conveyor cycle cylinder design for assembly design process Developments in Assembly devices electronic endcap equipment evaluation FAMOS Figure final assembly fixture flexible assembly flexible automated functional gantry robot gearbox gripper handling implemented industrial robots industry insertion installation integrated interface Japan layout Ltd and authors machine magazines manual assembly manufacturing method motor orientation pallet parallel manipulator planning Plessey position possible problems Proc procedures redesign reduced robotic assembly SCARA robot sensors shaft solution specific stage station structure sub-batch subassembly suitability for assembly task module tool Toyota Production System variants workpiece workstation