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Engineering
  • Author:
    Jian (John) Dong
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    0412780100
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    978-0412780103
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    Springer; 1998 edition (November 30, 1997)
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    239 pages
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In today’s global competitive marketplace, manufacturers are continuously looking for technologies and methods to shorten the time and cost involved m product and process development and to ensure the quality of products.

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Authors: Dong Jian Dong . The contributions to this volume focus on two major RRM areas: desktop manufacturing and computer and information technologies.

Methodologies and technologies to support a customer-focussed and mass customization approach to production

Lean manufacturing or lean production is a systematic method originating in the Japanese manufacturing industry for the minimization of waste (無駄, muda) within a manufacturing system without sacrificing productivity, which can cause problems

Lean manufacturing or lean production is a systematic method originating in the Japanese manufacturing industry for the minimization of waste (無駄, muda) within a manufacturing system without sacrificing productivity, which can cause problems.

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Recently, many new technologies have been developed for engineers to reduce the time required to design and manufacture products in response to rapidly fluctuating market demands. This book addresses a variety of contemporary methodologies, technologies and tools for rapid response manufacturing. The contributions to this volume focus on two major RRM areas: desktop manufacturing and computer and information technologies. Rapid Response Manufacturing is an invaluable resource for research engineers, product design and manufacturing engineers, graduate engineering students, and all those concerned with concurrent engineering.