A Systems Approach to AMT Development is part of the Advanced Manufacturing Series edited by Professor Pham of the University of Wales, College of Cardiff. Its subject is the acquisition of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AMT) and its introduction into a production environment. The topic is approached from various aspects such as long-term future performance which is closely related to pay back periods. The authors point out the significance impact which the introduction of AMT has made to international competitiveness. There is also discussing of the importance of learning curve modelling. A Systems Approach to AMT Deployment is firmly based on the author's experience of working with a variety of industries.performance would be merely to examine the immediate outputs of that system and to relate them to its inputs. ... Since the war the vendor has introduced a wide variety of products: machining centres, controllers, manufacturing systems/cells and diagnostic systems. Their most recent innovations have been the laserhead, a bar code reader for tool identification, and ADEC (automatic dynamic erroranbsp;...
|Title||:||A Systems Approach to AMT Deployment|
|Author||:||D.R. Towill, J.E. Cherrington|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-03-08|