Prentice Hall Career & Technology, 1994 - Computer integrated manufacturing systems - 460 pages
Outlines the interaction of Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) into current manufacturing systems. The text aims to show how the technology is used to solve industrial problems and applications of CIM are discussed.
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INTRODUCTION TO CIM AND THE MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE
AUTOMATING THE PROCESS SEGMENTS IN MANUFACTURING
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analysis applications assembly automation bar code bill of materials CAD software CAD system cell control Chapter CIM implementation CIM wheel companies components computer-aided computer-aided engineering computer-aided manufacturing Computer-Integrated Manufacturing concurrent engineering cost data base Describe design for manufacturing design process devices DFMA diagram drawing duction employees enterprise Ethernet example finished function geometry illustrated in Figure improvement industry input interface inventory kanban ladder logic mainframe mainframe computer manufacturing planning manufacturing system master production schedule material requirements planning module MRP record operation order-winning criteria output percent performed planned order releases planning and control problems process planning product design product structure production engineering production machines production plan production process production strategy production system raw material result robot specific standard storage surface techniques tion workstations world-class