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WIDGETS V2 glossary

WIDGETS V2 glossary - Repository IDEF0 Process Analysis...

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Repository: IDEF0 Process Analysis & Modeling; Date: 10/9/2009 For Official Use Only Activity Pool Repository: IDEF0 Process Analysis & Modeling; Date: 10/9/2009 For Official Use Only Assemble parts Description The process of using parts, tools, and equipment to assemble widgets. Includes reworking widgets that do not yet meet design specifications. Assemble widgets Description The process of assembling and inspecting widgets and the logistics to support widget assembly. Determine which parts to restock Description Use immediate part demand plus reordering policies and proce to determine which parts to request and restock. Get widget parts Description The process of getting widget parts from the stock areas so that widgets may be assembled. Hold widget base for assembly Description The process of holding the base part of the widget securely so that other parts may be attached to it. In the case of rework, the base may already be attached to the other parts. Identify parts to be installed Description Determine which parts are to be installed on the widget base. Inspect new parts Description Inspect the newly arrived parts to make sure that they meet specifications in the part inspection procedures. Reject and dispose of those that do not.
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Repository: IDEF0 Process Analysis & Modeling; Date: 10/9/2009 For Official Use Only Inspect widgets Description The process of inspecting widgets to make sure that they meet design specifications. Install widgets in test fixture Description Place each widget in the test fixture and secure it. Locate parts in storage Description Determine where the proper parts are stored. If a part is not available or the supply is nearly depleted, note that it must be restocked Manage work Perform functional test Description Apply power to each widget, observe functioning widget, and assure that it functions properly. Widgets not in compliance are released from the test fixture and sent to rework. Position parts in place Description The process of placing (or re-placing, in the case of rework) parts on the widget base so that they may be secured. Prepare and send part requests Description Write up the part requests and send them to the central warehouse. Re-inspect parts Description Repository: IDEF0 Process Analysis & Modeling; Date: 10/9/2009 For Official Use Only Quickly re-inspect the parts to make sure that they are suitable for installation. Receive and unpackage new parts Description Recieve packages of parts from the central warehouse and remove the packaging. Release assembled widget Description The process of releasing the assembled widget from its securings so that it can be moved out of the workstation. Remove widgets from test fixture Description Remove each widget from test fixture. Restock parts Description The process of ordering and restocking parts needed for widget assembly.
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