Automation, Production Systems, and Computer Integrated Manufacturing
An exploration of the technical and engineering aspects of automated production systems. This book covers all of the modern automation technologies used in production - including the necessary components and subsystems for implementing computer integrated manufacturing in the automated factory of the future.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF MANUFACTURING AND AUTOMATION
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Automation, Production Systems and Computer-integrated Manufacturing
Mikell P. Groover
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adaptive control AGVS analysis applications AS/RS assembly machine automated automatic average bar code batch block diagram CAD/CAM capable capacity carousel cell Chapter components computer-aided design configuration control system conveyor system cost cutter cycle defined determine devices downtime efficiency elements engineering equation equipment example factory feed rate flow line given gradient identify illustrated in Figure industrial robots input inspection inventory ladder logic Laplace transform layout linear logic machine cell machine tool machine vision manual measured mechanical method motion motor move numerical control output pallet performance plant position problem PROC AUT procedure process control process planning production rate programmable logic controller programming punched tape root-locus rotational schedule sensor sequence shown in Figure signal speed station storage system surface tape techniques transfer function transfer line typically unit load variables vehicle welding workcell workpart workpiece workstations