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  1. manufacturing systems
    set of procedures and systems used by a company to solve the technical and logistics problems encountered in planning processes, also ensure company's products meet required quality specifications.
  2. set of procedures and systems used by a company to solve the technical
    and logistics problems encountered in planning processes, also ensure
    company's products meet required quality specifications.
    manufacturing systems
  3. manufacturing engineering
    is a technical staff function responsible for planning the processes for a product
  4. is a technical staff function responsible for planning the processes for a product
    manufacturing engineering
  5. principle activties of manufacturing engineer
    process planning, day to day technical problem solving continous improvement.
  6. process planning, day to day technical problem solving continous improvement.
    principle activties of manufacturing engineer
  7. Details and decisions included within process planning
    process that are required, the sequences, equipment selection, methods to be used, estimates of costs, plant layout and facilities design, continuous improvement
  8. process that are required, the sequences, equipment selection, methods
    to be used, estimates of costs, plant layout and facilities design,
    continuous improvement
    Details and decisions included within process planning
  9. what is a route sheet
    listing of the production operations and their sequences required to make a given part
  10. listing of the production operations and their sequences required to make a given part
    what is a route sheet
  11. difference between a basic process and a secondary process
    one starts the geometry and other is used to refine the geometry
  12. one starts the geometry and other is used to refine the geometry
    difference between a basic process and a secondary process
  13. Why in a make or buy decision why purchasing a component from a vendor may cost more than producing the component internally even if vendor price is lower?
    may cause idle equipment and staff in the factory that company must still pay for.
  14. may cause idle equipment and staff in the factory that company must still pay for.
    • Why in a make or buy decision why purchasing a component from a vendor
    • may cost more than producing the component internally even if vendor
    • price is lower?
  15. Identify some of the important factors that should enter into the make or buy decision
    cost, supplier reliability, where the process is available internally
  16. cost, supplier reliability, where the process is available internally
    Identify some of the important factors that should enter into the make or buy decision
  17. Three general principles and guidelines in design for manufacturability
    Minimize numbers of components, use standard commercially available components, design for ease of assembly
  18. Minimize numbers of components, use standard commercially available components, design for ease of assembly
    Three general principles and guidelines in design for manufacturability
  19. what is concurrent engineering
    is a team approach used by companies to reduce the time to bring a new product to market
  20. is a team approach used by companies to reduce the time to bring a new product to market
    concurrent engineering
  21. Some of the design aids used in simultaneous engineering
    CAD, CAM, Design Reviews
  22. CAD, CAM, Design Reviews
    Some of the design aids used in simultaneous engineering
  23. What is meant by the term design for life cycle
    Is taking consideration everything from design to recycling
  24. what is Is taking consideration everything from design to recycling
    term design for life cycle
  25. What is platform type organizational structure
    When everyone works a team, all the company departments and suppliers.
  26. When everyone works a team, all the company departments and suppliers.
    What is platform type organizational structure
  27. what is manufacturing engineering
    staff functioning concerned with planning the manufacturing process of commercial products.
  28. staff functioning concerned with planning the manufacturing process of commercial products.
    manufacturing engineering
  29. what is process planning
    decide appropriate process, sequence, limitations, and parts or sub assemblies.
  30. decide appropriate process, sequence, limitations, and parts or sub assemblies.
    process planning
  31. examples of a process planning
    flow chart, route sheet
  32. flow chart, route sheet are examples of
    process planning
  33. a route sheet
    specifies the details of a process plan, how product is made, manufacturing operations to be performed and their order to be performed.
  34. specifies the details of a process plan, how product is made,
    manufacturing operations to be performed and their order to be
    performed.
    route sheet
  35. vertically integrated is
    everything is done in house-from raw material to product
  36. Kaizen means
    continuous improvement in Japanese
  37. means continuous improvement in Japanese
    Kaizen
  38. Process Changes implemented through
    ECNs and ECOS
  39. ECNs and ECOS stand for
    Engineering Change Notice, Engineering Change Order
  40. Engineering Change Notice, Engineering Change Order stand for
    ECNs and ECOS
  41. Dfm/a
    design the part to be manufactured.
  42. design the part to be manufactured.
    Dfm/a
  43. Concurrent engineering is
    a modern approach to product design in which companies attempt to reduce elapsed time to bring a new product to market.
  44. a modern approach to product design in which companies attempt to reduce elapsed time to bring a new product to market.
    is concurrent engineering
  45. Plans in Manufacturing Company
    Business Plan/Manufacturing
  46. Business Plan/Manufacturing are plans in
    A manufacturing company
  47. Executive Level Planning is
    Long (corporate goals and strategies), meduim (aggregate production plan), short range (MRP(material reqirments planning)
  48. Long (corporate goals and strategies), meduim (aggregate production plan), short range (MRP(material reqirments planning)
    executive level planning
  49. Aggregate Production plan is
    Master Production and Inventory Control
  50. Master Production and Inventory Control is
    Aggregate Production Plan
  51. Types of Inventory
    Raw materials, purchased components, in process, finished products
  52. Raw materials, purchased components, in process, finished products
    types of inventory
  53. types of demand
    Independent (end products,spares)/Dependent (related to demand)
  54. Independent (end products,spares)/Dependent (related to demand)
    are types of demand
  55. JIT stands for
    Just in Time
  56. Tools to control production and inventory
    kanban cards, JIT
  57. kanban cards, JIT are tools  to
    control production and inventory
  58. material requirements planning is
    definition compute procedure to convert master production schedule for end products to detailed schedule for raw materials and components
  59. definition compute procedure to convert master production schedule for
    end products to detailed schedule for raw materials and components
    materials requirements planning
  60. input to MRP processor
    Master production schedule, bill of material
  61. Master production schedule, bill of material
    are input to MRP processor
  62. Benefits of MRP
    Inventory control/ Reduced setup/ faster responses
  63. Inventory control/ Reduced setup/ faster responses
    Benefits of MRP
  64. JIT is
    a system that produces exactly the right number of each component to satisfy the next operation.
  65. a system that produces exactly the right number of each component to satisfy the next operation.
    is JIT
  66. Jit is most effective in
    high volumes, small batch sizes, short setup times, dependable supplier, pull system
  67. high volumes, small batch sizes, short setup times, dependable supplier, pull system
    Jit is most effective
  68. Shop floor control
    concerned with releasing
  69. are concerned with release
    shop floor control
  70. Three modules of shop floor control
    order release, order scheduling, order progress
  71. order release, order scheduling, order progress
    three modules of shop floor control
  72. Key needs for Manufacturing system
    material Handling, fundamentals of Production lines, manual assembly lines, automated production lines, cellular manufacturing
  73. material Handling, fundamentals of Production lines, manual assembly lines, automated production lines, cellular manufacturing
    key needs of manufacturing system
  74. Key needs for manufacturing systems
    workstations/machines, material handling equipment, computer control, human workers
  75. workstations/machines, material handling equipment, computer control, human workers
    key needs for manufacturing systems
  76. material handling is
    movement, storage , protection and control of materials throughout the manufacturing and distribution process
  77. movement, storage , protection and control of materials throughout the manufacturing and distribution process
    material handling is
  78. types of Material handling equipment
    trucks/ automated guide vehicles, rail-guided vehicles/conveyers/ hoist and cranes
  79. trucks/ automated guide vehicles, rail-guided vehicles/conveyers/ hoist and cranes
    types of material handling equipment
  80. categories of material handling
    material transport, utlize, production lines
  81. material transport, utlize, production lines
    categories of material handling
  82. Bottleneck is
    a production lines slowest station.
  83. a production lines slowest station.
    is a Bottleneck
  84. Production variations are
    single model line/ batch mode line/ mixed model line
  85. single model line/ batch mode line/ mixed model line are
    production variations
  86. Basic production lines are
    basic and automatic
  87. mechanized work transport
    continuous transfer systems
  88. continuous transfer systems are
    mechanized work transport
  89. synchronous transfer
    is a synch between stations
  90. a synch between stations
    is a synchronous transfer
  91. Asynchronous transfer
    work moves independently
  92. work moves independently
    asynchronous transfer
  93. Part family is a
    Group of parts that posses similarities in geometric shape and size, or processing steps
  94. Group of parts that posses similarities in geometric shape and size, or processing steps
    is a part family
  95. Part numbers have
    design attributes(part function/tolerances dimension), manufacturing attributes (major process/cutting tools)
  96. Problems in Group Technology
    Identifying parts, highly automate, no manual labor,
  97. Identifying parts, highly automate, no manual labor are problems in
    Group Technology

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