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Ops Session 5 Process selection and product design Types of Processes o Conversion Substance of product changes o Fabrication Form of product changes o Assembly Two or more discrete products are combined o Testing Inspection/examination according to some criteria Process flow structures o Projects o Job shop Wide variety of products in a variety (usually low) of quantities, jumbled flow o Batch Wide variety (standard subset) of products, moderate quantities, jumbled flow with some dominance o Assembly line Low variety, high volume, dominant line flow o Continuous flow Commodity product, highest volume, dominant flow Product design process o Concept design Conceptual design o Product planning Market defined/investments needed o Product/process engineering Prototypes built, equipment
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Unformatted text preview: o Pilot production/ramp-up Testing, changes • Product development tradeoffs o Product performance Does it meet the customer’s needs? o Development speed How fast can we get it to market? o Product cost How much will it cost the customer? o Development costs How much will it cost us? • Quality Function Development (QFD) o Requires the use of cross-functional work teams o Uses customer needs/desires/requirements o Primary tool is the House of Quality o Gives common ground/language to the development process • Linking design and manufacturing o Design for manufacturability o Frequency of design changes o Opportunity for product design changes o Concurrent engineering...
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