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Unformatted text preview: ethod answers the question “What capital equipment is likely to constrain the factory if actual product mix varies from forecast?” In the high-technology world of read-write heads, this method helps Headway to maximize, relative to cost, the probability of having adequate capacity for future demand. REFERENCES  J.W. Fowler and J.K. Robinson, 1995, “Measurement and Improvement of Manufacturing Capacity (MIMAC) Designed Experiment Report,” SEMATECH Technology Transfer #95062860A-TR.  F. Chance. Factory Explorer® Version 2.6 User Manual.  N. S. Grewal, A. C. Bruska, T. M. Wulf, and J. K. Robinson, 1998. “Integrating Targeted Cycle-Time Reduction Into the Capital Planning Process,” In Proceedings of the 1998 Winter Simulation Conference, ed. D. J. Medeiros, E. F. Watson, J. S. Carson, and M. S. Manivannan, 1005-1010.  E. Neacy, S. Brown, M. McDavid, J. Robinson, S. Srodes, T. Stanley, 1993, “Cost Analysis for a Multiple Product/Multiple Process Factory: Application of SE...
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course ECE 357 taught by Professor Subjolly during the Spring '11 term at National University of Ireland, Galway.
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