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Modern manufacturing systems continue to evolve and in so doing can produce many unique products using both traditional as well as novel raw materials. This is especially true in the processing of plastic products. In...
During the decades of the 1980s and 1990s, the development of undergraduate and graduate manufacturing engineering programs advanced and legitimized the manufacturing engineering discipline. With recent perceived loss...
This paper provides an in-depth analysis to develop (or refine) manufacturing curriculum of an Industrial Technology, Engineering Technology and Manufacturing Engineering Programs when they exist in single educational...
The current trends in industry include an integration of information and knowledge base network with a manufacturing system, which coined a new term, e-manufacturing. From the perspective of e-manufacturing, any...
The "lean" trend in business and industry is to expand capacity and quality while decreasing overall costs through continuous problem solving. More problems to solve, with fewer staff, places a premium on employees with...
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