Design to changeability: Increasing manufacturing competitiveness by the design of highly flexible and adaptable assembly systems
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The power of simplicity: Design of flexible, changeable and efficient assembly systems through systematic complexity reduction Matt DT (Dep. of Mechanical Engineering, 2007)The complexity of an assembly system is caused by two factors: by a time-independent poor design that causes low efficiency (system design), and by a time-dependent reduction of system performance due to system deterioration ...
Matt DT (IEEE Service Center, 2007)Since most of today’s industrial products are characterized by high complexity and numerous customer-specific variants, adaptive production system concepts are needed to meet the quickly changing market and customer ...
A three level model for the design, planning and operation of changeable production systems in distributed manufacturing Matt DT; Rauch E; Fraccaroli D (Springer, 2013)This paper reviews the state of the art in reconfiguration of distributed production systems and develops an integrated model for the design, planning and operation of changeable production systems in distributed manufacturing. ...