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Assembly automation and product design

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Published by Taylor & Francis in Boca Raton, FL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Assembly-line methods -- Automation.,
  • Assembling machines.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementGeoffrey Boothroyd.
    SeriesManufacturing engineering and materials processing -- 66
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS178.4 .B66 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination512 p. :
    Number of Pages512
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22720298M
    ISBN 101574446436

    Reduce the need for multiple components to be handled at a time. I confess, I go for the principles and the summaries of design guidelines and skip the detailed models but other readers should not be put off by the equations. This provides more than pages packed with useful data and information that will help you avoid the costly errors that often plague high-volume manufacturing companies. Assembly automation and product design. You can view this on the NLA website. It could be through conference attendance, group discussion or directed reading to name just a few examples.

    The author enumerates the components, processes, performance, and comparative economics of several types of automatic assembly systems. In today's extremely competitive, highly unpredictable world, your organization needs to constantly find new ways to deliver value. How do I find a book? Some assembly operations readily performed by a human worker are quite difficult to automate e. The modular approach of the book allows the reader to navigate through the stages of the design process. It requires that the parts need to be designed with special positive and negative features to facilitate the insertion and fastening.

    Integrate with leading suppliers of robotics, motion control, and vision systems. Opposed to the traditional design methods where different designing activities are carried out sequentially and independently of each other, this new approach enables one to lower the design effort and to speed up the whole design process, hence reducing costs. The following chapters deal with the common manufacturing processes such as machining, injection moulding, sheet metalworking, casting and forging. Taking an analytical yet practical approach to assembly automation, this completely revised second edition gives you the skill set you need not only to deliver that value, but also to deliver it economically and on time.


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Assembly automation and product design book

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TOP 10 Related. Presenting detailed discussions of product design for assembly, the book contains over drawings, tables, and equations, and numerous problems and laboratory experiments that help clarify and reinforce essential concepts.

The modular approach of the book allows the reader to navigate through the stages of the design process. He found that design for assembly, particularly, part count reduction, led to the redesign of component parts.

The Sony SMART assembly system, used to assemble Walkman-type products, is a robotic system for assembling small devices designed for vertical assembly. Other new material can be found in the introductory chapters where they fill out the descriptions rather than adding anything substantially new.

These criteria, together with tables relating assembly time to various design factors influencing part grasping, orientation and insertion, could be used to estimate total assembly time and to rate the quality of a product design from an assembly viewpoint.

At Jabil, we believe that the best automation results from the best design. The book works on three levels. How do I find a book? Opposed to the traditional design methods where different designing activities are carried out sequentially and independently of each other, this new approach enables one to lower the design effort and to speed up the whole design process, hence reducing costs.

All methods are now referred to as design for assembly methods. Integrated and Simultaneous Design can be defined as a design process carried out in a systematic and structured way, with a parallel and continual iterative interaction between product, process and system design. High-quality components.

The method was originally developed in order to rate assemblies for ease of automatic assembly. Some assembly operations readily performed by a human worker are quite difficult to automate e. This new edition of Product Design for Manufacture and Assembly is a distillation of a lifetimes work for the authors.

In today's extremely competitive, highly unpredictable world, your organization needs to constantly find new ways to deliver value. Starting inGeoffrey Boothroyd and Peter Dewhurst developed a computerized version of the DFA method which allowed its implementation in a broad range of companies.

It requires that the parts need to be designed with special positive and negative features to facilitate the insertion and fastening.

Design for assembly

If you are a manufacturing student looking to learn something that will increase your value to potential employers, go out and buy this book.

For example, inSidney Liebson, manager of manufacturing engineering for Xeroxestimated that his company would save hundreds of millions of dollars through the application of DFA.

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Tags: Assembly DFA. You may also like 0. Parallel Force Systems. September 15, 0. Ten Strategies of Automation and Production Systems Automation Migration Strategy Organization of the Book This book is about production systems that are used to manufacture products and the parts assembled into those atlasbowling.com production system is the collection of people,equipment.

A systematic methodology is presented for product structure simplification through an integration of Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA) with the Theory of Invention Problem Solving (TRIZ).Author: Azli Nawawi.

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Available in the National. Manufacturing Assembly Handbook identifies the possibilities for the rationalization of assembly in relation to the production rate and the product design.

This book is based on practical experience for practical application and will give experts in the field of rationalization guidelines for the solution of rationalization problems.