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University of Southern California Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering ISE 310L Production I; Facilities and Logistics Spring 2000 Dr. Ardavan Asef-Vaziri Jan. / 11 / 2000 Term Project Due date Initial design Mar. /21/2000 Final design Apr. /25/2000 As a facilities planning engineering group, you are expected to design a manufacturing plant. The plant will produce tens of products and models, however, we assume a prototype product named PAWRARM represents the weighted average of the characteristics of all products and models manufactured in this plant. Therefore, we are only concerned with designing a plant To manufacture PAWRARM. The model, exploded diagram, some informative drawing, and the parts list are given in the following pages. The total demand of all products and models made in this factory when aggregated and translated into the prototype product is 600,000 PAWRARM per year. The production routing, type of machines and their capacities are also given and fixed. Although in a facilities planning project you, as an industrial engineer, have joint or advisory responsibility in, product design, market research, process planning, and technology and equipment selection, in this term project take the related information as given. Do not spend your time on the above subjects. Concentrate your effort only on facilities planning and design. Manufacturing equipment are general purpose and universal. For cost estimation,
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