Managing Teams in Manufacturing
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Flexible Small Lot Production for JIT
This video program is a sampler of the programming from the Fundamental Manufacturing Processes Video Series. It highlights 22 of the most important manufacturing processes, with each excerpt providing approximately five minutes of shop floor footage and animations to help you visualize manufacturing concepts and technologies.
Plastic Blow Molding
This Tube Bending program explores the various materials and methods used for bending and end forming tubes.
Theory of Constraints
This Work Measurement program explains current practices in work measurement, and will show how manufacturers are using it to measure productivity improvements. You'll see a basic time study conducted at Cooper Instrument Corporation and how MacGreggor Golf uses a work measurement system to develop standards and generate routings. You'll also learn how Cramerton Automotive utilizes work sampling techniques on an inspection and packing line, and how Kohler depends on work measurement to establish and correct standards for both direct and indirect labor. You will also hear from Royal Dossett, an expert on work measurement application and technology, and Donovan Young, Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech.
Micromachining comprises a growing collection of manufacturing technologies that are being used to create micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and new microfluidic and micro-optic devices. Part of the award-winning Manufacturing Insights video series, this program presents case studies of companies and research institutions using various micromachining methods.
Plating and surface coating processes are used throughout manufacturing to provide protection, durability and decoration to parts. This program explains and highlights the use of electroplating, electroless plating, conversion coating, hot dipping, and porcelain enameling.