Restructuring the Manufacturing Process Applying the Matrix Method
CRC Press, 21 déc. 1998 - 300 pages
Consider the possibility of a manufacturing method that can do all this:
Those are all part of the upside potential for the Matrix Manufacturing Method. Its promising premise: apply beneficial technology to all stages of the manufacturing process, leading to increased efficiency. Actually, the Matrix Manufacturing Method is far more than a mere promise; it's already become standard and successful practice at many companies.
Details of the Matrix Manufacturing Method now make their first-ever appearance in Restructuring the Manufacturing Process: Applying the Matrix Method, describing this important new philosophy of manufacturing management-and practical ways to bring its concepts into reality.
A pioneer of the Matrix Manufacturing Method, Halevi presents comprehensive and convincing details behind its rationale and practice. The method's foundation: incorporate engineering stages (technology) during production management stages, allowing qualified professionals to make crucial decisions at execution time, through the use of accurate and flexible engineering data. As the book's case histories demonstrate, companies that have taken those measures now benefit from a "new degree of freedom" in the manufacturing cycle-and its myriad advantages.
Numerous theories may have been proposed to create technology-driven manufacturing processes: what makes the Matrix Manufacturing Theory most valuable is its improvements of all disciplines, aspects, and activities related to product production. Gain that all-inclusive competitive edge with Restructuring the Manufacturing Process: Applying the Matrix Method.
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The Matrix System
Lead Time Reduction
How to Set Product Selling Price and Economic Lot Size
Integration of ComputerAided Process Planning
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