Chapter 3. Design of production system. Contents. 1 Product and service design 2 Process design 3 Production technology selection 4 Location 5 Layout. 1 Product and service design. 1.1 Objectives of product and service design.
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Design of production system
1.3Design for manufacturing and assembly
A form of standardization in which component parts are subdivided into modules that are easily replaced or interchanged.
(λ--a constant failure rate)
1.5 Designing and Developing new services
2. Process design
System that produces lower volumes of items or services with a greater variety of processing requirements
A form of production processing organization in which production departments are organized according to the type of product/service being produced.
(See Figure 4.4, P.128)
Form of production based on a coding system for parts that allows families of parts to be assigned to manufacturing cells for production.
Characteristics of factories of the future
4.1 General factors affecting location decision
Figure 7.4 (p.254)
Table 7.2 (p.257
4.2 Analyzing retailing and other service location
Table 7.3 (p.260)
Table 8.1 (p.281)
5.4 Service facility layouts