Inter-Relation Between Product Variant Codification and Assembly Work for Flexible Manufacturing in Autonomous Group
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 1995

The most socio-technically advanced assembly system designs inventible requires reformed/reconfigured information systems dealing with product data (which in turn defines the product architecture and product variation). In fact, no any such (real-life) plant or assembly system would work as anticipated otherwise. And this publication is to some extent describing some selected aspects of this (very) dilemma (changing information systems are usually not something considered than designing assembly systems) (thus are totally new plants – and in turn totally new information systems – most often the real practical change to create something unorthodox) (however, which scientist will gain such opportunities, this is really rare, i.e. the projection of the Volvo Uddevalla plant was thus an exception and the trust given by the industry – by Volvo Uddevalla project organisation – was appreciated by some of the authors).

assembly work

work organisation

Volvo experiences

restructuring of information systems

learning and training

ergonomics

materials feeding techniques

alternatives to line assembly

alternatives to lean production

long work cycle times

sociotechnology

product variant codification

work structuring

autonomous workgroups

manufacturing technology

Författare

Tomas Engström

Institutionen för transportteknik

Dan Jonsson

Göteborgs universitet

Per Medbo

Institutionen för transportteknik

Lars Medbo

Institutionen för transportteknik

Journal of Materials Processing Technology

Vol. 52 133 - 140

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