Month: May 2017

Difference between Lean Manufacturing and Just In Time manufacturing

Lean Manufacturing: A systematic method for waste minimization within manufacturing system without sacrificing productivity is known as lean manufacturing or lean production. The waste created through overburden and waste creates through unevenness in work loads are taken into…

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Just in time (JIT) manufacturing

A methodology aims to reduce flow times within production system as well as response times from suppliers and to customers are known as just in time manufacturing. It means to make only what is needed and in the…

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Influence of materials properties on process planning effectiveness

Materials management can deal with campus planning and building design for the movement of materials or with logistics that deal with the tangible components of a supply chain. This includes the acquisition of spare parts and replacements, quality…

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Totally Integrated Automation – The Future of Manufacturing

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Totally Integrated Automation is a strategy in the automation technology developed since 1996. This strategy is the integration of extensive single components, tool and the services to achieve an Automation solution. It is an efficient interoperability of all…

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Energy efficiency – the key to success in the future of manufacturing

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By energy efficiency some people mean to put off the lights while leaving a room, make less use of car or to make use of energy saving modes on devices. Energy efficiency means to do more with less…

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Avantages of approach to flexible manufacturing system

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Flexible manufacturing system is a manufacturing system where there is some amount of flexibility. This allows the system to react in case of changes whether they are predicted or unpredicted. It is an automated system that allows for…

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