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Automation, Production Systems, and Computer-Integrated by Mikell P. Groover

By Mikell P. Groover

*For complicated undergraduate/ *graduate-level classes in Automation, construction platforms, and Computer-Integrated production. This exploration of the technical and engineering facets of automatic construction structures presents the main complicated, finished, and balanced assurance of the topic of any textual content out there. It covers the entire significant state-of-the-art applied sciences of construction automation and fabric dealing with, and the way those applied sciences are used to build glossy production structures.

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And (4) electrification of factories. Mass production was primarily an American phenomenon. Its motivation was the mass marker that existed in the United States. Population in the United States in 1900 was 76 million and growing. Such a large population, larger than any west"rn Europe

In some manufacturing operations, the percentage of scrap produced is high enough to adversely affect production rate, plant capacity, and product costs. Most of these issues are considered in later chapters as we focus on specific types of production systems. 1 Production Rate The production rate for an individual processing or assembly operation is usually expressed as an hourly rate, that is, parts or products per hour. Let us consider how this rate is determined for the three types of production: job shop production, batch production, and mass production Sec.

Complex ~arts rna) require dozens, or even hundreds, of processing steps. rkstations through which the part must be routed. This IS accomplished by performing more than one operation at a given machine, thereby reducing the number of separate machines needed. Since each machine Iypically involves a setup, setup time can usually be saved as a consequence of this strategy. Material handling effort and nODoperation time are also reduced. Manufacturing lead time is reduced for better customcr scrvice.

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