Econometric Patterns And Methods Used For Analysis Of Technological Innovations In Workshops And Production Departments Equipped With Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Pursuant to the analysis of the assessment method of the structures of the production process, in the construction of machines, we find that, due to the requirements of diversification of assortments and features of products, criteria of the quality level and work productivity, the reduction of fabrication costs, the structure of the production process develops continuously. Starting from workshops specialized on technological procedures, the structure developed onto production lines in a sole object flow, then onto production lines in a multi-object flow, and, currently, onto flexible production forms. To this purpose, flexible fabrication cells develop. The latter form develops continuously, but especially after the accomplishment of machine-tools with number command. Thus, we pass from production structures in automatic rigid flow lines, efficient for mass and wide-range production, to flexible structures, especially efficient in low and medium-range production.
Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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