Fifth International Conference on FACTORY 2000 - The Technology Exploitation Process

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  • Location: Cambridge, UK
  • Conference date: 2-4 April 1997
  • ISBN: 0 85296 682 2
  • Conference number: CP435
  • The following topics were dealt with: agile manufacture; automation; management of change; innovative project design; quality control; expert systems; design for productivity; innovative systems; business performance; manufacturing systems and processes; product market engineering; simulation and modelling tools

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  • Implementing strategy-led BPR in a small manufacturing company
  • Use of graphical simulation to design the layout of a robotic cell
  • Rapid prototyping through computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
  • The use of parametric CAD to revolutionise the design and manufacture of high performance luxury yachts
  • The manufacture of a low cost instrument for the Mars 96 mission
  • A structured approach to the selection of condition based maintenance
  • Engineering technologies falling down on the life environment
  • Introducing IT: lessons from case studies of e-mail
  • Moving towards agility; a way for UK manufacturing to go
  • Implementing concurrent engineering in different environments: factors for success
  • Semiautomated workplace for welding of bulky containers by transport welding unit
  • Design of a graphical user interface (GUI) between a PC-based CAD system and a flexible assembly robotic cell
  • Selection of alternative cutting tools for part features of prismatic components and their effects on operation sequence
  • Rapid data modelling techniques in simulation of manufacturing systems
  • Discrete event simulation in a semiconductor assembly area
  • The optimisation of plant loading within the context of manufacturing strategy
  • Real time re-optimisation of optical thin film coating designs during manufacture
  • Attaining process capability using multiple linear regression and other techniques
  • Time based process mapping, process capability and business benefits
  • Development of an automated high accuracy pH measuring instrument with full audit reporting facility
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