ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY SEQUENCE PLANNING
Article publication date: 1 March 1992
The ever‐increasing demand for rationalization of manufacturing activities requires closer co‐operation and integration between design and production planning. Since the impact on the overall cost of production of designing a product for ease of assembly was realized, feedback from assembly planning to the design process has become important for improving the design. Traditionally, planning for assembly takes place after the design of the product has been completed. Often it proves necessary to modify a design, because some aspect is not particularly convenient or efficient under the available assembly facilities. However, considerable time and cost savings can be made by making assembly‐planning information available to design engineers, so that they can take account of assembly factors when designing a product.
Yokota, K. and Brough, D.R. (1992), "ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY SEQUENCE PLANNING", Assembly Automation, Vol. 12 No. 3, pp. 31-38. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb004372
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