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- systems approach to computer-integrated design and manufacturing: nanua singh, author ©1996 john...
- COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING NOTES by [email protected]
- Computer-integrated manufacturing
systems approach to computer-integrated design and manufacturing: nanua singh, author ©1996 john...
In recent times data processing systems have become increasingly powerful and rapid advances have been made in machining and processing technologies. However there are certain principles which apply to definitions of CIM and an attempt is made to highlight these principles. CIM is not limited to the manufacturing function. It must be an overall concept that takes account of every aspect of the business, tying all aspects and organisational functions together into an integrated system, where all necessary data can be accessed easily by those who need them. CIM does not necessarily mean total computerisation but computers and software will play a major part. Boaden, R.
Embed Size px x x x x This book is for anyone wishing to study the basics underlying the product realization cycle. It describes with extraordinary thoroughness the activities and manufacturing systems required to implement discrete metal parts. A book like this would not have been imaginable decades ago; today it takes a courageous author to capture the import and sig- nificance behind this fashionable label. Singh succeeds. His text answers the questions and com- ments heard from senior and graduate students of manufac- turing when they express concern at the absence of phrases like JIT in a course outline or text, or mention that an instruc- tor only dealt with this hot topic anecdotally as an after- thought.
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING NOTES by [email protected]
Computer-integrated manufacturing CIM is the manufacturing approach of using computers to control entire production process. Manufacturing can be faster and less error-prone by the integration of computers. Typically CIM relies on closed-loop control processes based on real-time input from sensors. It is also known as flexible design and manufacturing. CIM is an example of the implementation of information and communication technologies ICTs in manufacturing.
Toward the Factory of the Future pp Cite as. The paper describes the development and testing of a methodology for the design of computer integrated manufacturing CIM systems. A start is made by discussing the problems encountered in developing CIM systems focussing on the design of system architecture which, the authors believe, is the least well understood. Next, an approach is described which will enable companies to implement CIM by an incremental development of their existing systems. The paper concludes with an example illustrating the value of the approach in a mediumsized manufacturing company. Unable to display preview.