Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||sponsored by the Production Engineering Division, ASME ; edited by J.T. Black, B.C. Jiang, G.J. Wiens.|
|Series||PED ; vol. 53, PED (Series) ;, vol. 53.|
|Contributions||Black, J. Temple., Jiang, B. C., Wiens, G. J.., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Production Engineering Division.|
|LC Classifications||TS155.8 .D47 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 255 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||91058422|
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Eminent manufacturing systems experts JT Black and Steve Hunter explain how cellular systems comprise the foundation of the entire lean implementation process in this book. Based on decades of study and firsthand observations of prominent companies in the automotive, aerospace, and plastics industries, the authors explain how members of the lean implementation team-from the manufacturing. "World Class Manufacturing" brings together for the first time all the programs and approaches we at Texas Instruments and other companies have been working toward for the past six years -- total quality control, just-in-time manufacturing, statistical process control, manufacturing cells, and, most important, employee by: Cellular manufacturing facilitates both production and quality control. Cells that are underperforming in either volume or quality can be easily isolated and targeted for improvement. The segmentation of the production process allows problems to be easily located and it . E-manufacturing requires a new approach to manufacturing and distribution systems throughout the design, operate, maintain and synchronize competencies. It is made possible through the complete integration of manufacturing control systems and enterprise applications using commercially developed, off-the-shelf-information technologies. E.
The first part of the book describes various techniques for design and modeling of cellular manufacturing systems. The second part is concerned with performance measure and analysis, followed by a section which presents the applications of artifical intelligence and computer tools in cellular manufacturing Edition: 1. The book discusses many important technical dimensions, such as factory analysis, cell design, planning and control systems, and principles for lead time and inventory reduction. However, unique to the literature, it also covers in depth the numerous managerial Cited by: Rules for Lean Manufacturing Cell Design. Ergonomics of Lean Manufacturing Cells. Summary: Use IM,C not CIM Chinese Control and Decision Rosley Anholon, Dirceu da Silva, Robert E. C. Ordóñez and Osvaldo L. G. Quelhas, Maturity analysis of manufacturing cells, Production Planning & Control, / Cited by: 5. A hands-on guide to implementing multi-cell manufacturing systems on a large scale. Cellular manufacturing (CM) is the grouping of similar products for manufacture in discrete multi-machine cells. It has been proven to yield faster production cycles, lower in-process inventory levels, and enhanced product quality. Pioneered on a large scale by Russian, British, and German manufacturers Reviews: 1.