WIDGETS V2 glossary

tbc completed widgets specific procedures for

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Unformatted text preview: g widgets to see that they conform to design specifications. Includes part location and orientation information and fasterner specifications. Stocked parts Description: Description: WIdgets that have been assembled and pass inpection and are ready for delivery. Parts available at the workstation for assembly. Parts for widgets Waste, recycles Description: Description: Materials produced during assembly, inspection, and logistics that are For Official Use Only Parts retrieved from the workstation stock areas and ready to be used in assembly. For Official Use Only Repository: IDEF0 Process Analysis & Modeling; Date: 10/9/2009 Repository: IDEF0 Process Analysis & Modeling; Date: 10/9/2009 Description: Assembled widgets The current levels of part stocks available at the workstation for assembly. Description: Widgets that have been assembled and are ready for inspection. Widgets for rework Part demand Description: The need for parts to assemble ordered widgets. If stock is insufficient, part requrests are generated. Description: Widgets that do not meet design specifications but can be reworked so that they do. Defective widgets Part requests Description: Requests for more widget parts. When the parts come in, they will b4e restocked. Description: Widgets that not only do not meet design specifications, but are so defective that they cannot be reworked and must be scrapped or their materials recycled. Assembly tools & equipment Description: Tools and equipment specifically used for widget assembly: [TBC]. Inspection tools & equipment Description: Tools and equipment used for widget inspection: [TBC]. Used packaging from restocking Description: Empty boxes, crates, etc. from which widget parts are removed when they come in for restocking. Used packaging from assembly Description: Packaging materials removed from the parts themselves that are to be discarded or recycled. Stock levels For Official Use Only For Official Use Only Repository: IDEF0 Process Analysis & Modeling; Date: 10/9/2009 Repository: IDEF0 Process Analysis & Modeling; Date: 10/9/2009 Activities in Diagram"A1: Restock parts" Concepts in Diagram"A1: Restock parts" A11: Determine which parts to restock Description: Parts Description: Use immediate part demand plus reordering policies and proce to determine which parts to request and restock. A12: Prepare and send part requests Parts used to assemble widgets. Restocking policies & procedures Description: Description: Write up the part requests and send them to the central warehouse. A13: Receive and unpackage new parts Policies and procedures dealing specifically with the ordering and restocking of parts for widgets. Part demand Description: Description: Recieve packages of parts from the central warehouse and remove the packaging. A14: Inspect new parts The need for parts to assemble ordere...
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