desgn_of_man_sys

desgn_of_man_sys - side stocking Capacity for each stage:...

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Copyright 2005. Stephen C. Graves All Rights Reserved Design of Manufacturing System No general theory or frameworks: factory designs are infrequent factory designs seem to be context specific Case study for PC factory design process design issues Illustrative example: use of queuing concepts for design of medical tent
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Copyright 2005. Stephen C. Graves All Rights Reserved PC Factory Material Assembly Hi-Pot test ware Load Localize Pack Inspect Consolidate Audit
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Copyright 2005. Stephen C. Graves All Rights Reserved Design Process Benchmarking and best practices Development of design concept Development of design guidelines Detailed design process Development of personnel and material requirements Installation and verification of processes and procedures
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Copyright 2005. Stephen C. Graves All Rights Reserved Design Issues Configuration for each stage: serial versus parallel stations Material positioning: kitting versus line-
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Unformatted text preview: side stocking Capacity for each stage: where to locate the constraint Copyright 2005. Stephen C. Graves All Rights Reserved Serial vs. Parallel Stations Copyright 2005. Stephen C. Graves All Rights Reserved Serial vs. Parallel Stations Divisibility of process Unpredictable process variation Tooling and equipment Material positioning Task complexity Demand and mix variability Quality considerations Copyright 2005. Stephen C. Graves All Rights Reserved Kitting vs. Line-side stocking Cost of picking vs. stocking Security and control Inventory requirements and inventory costs Scheduling complexity Copyright 2005. Stephen C. Graves All Rights Reserved Capacity: where to locate the constraint? Cost of capacity Predictability of process Scheduling complexity Yield considerations...
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