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Using LEGO to Teach and Learn Micromanufacturing and Industrial Automation
This paper describes the design and evaluation of two laboratory experiments that introduce LEGO® Digital Designer and MINDSTORMS® Education systems as meaningful means to reinforce concepts of micromanufacturing and i...
Laboratory Exercises for Teaching Lean Enterprise
Lean Enterprise is a corporate philosophy and culture, having its focus on providing and increasing the value delivered to the customer. It pursues this goal through a continuous process of identifying and eliminating...
The Cups Game
This activity was designed by Peter Jackson. It illustrates the difference between push and pull production. It is also effective in demonstrating the advantages of small lot manufacturing. This activity makes a very...
Introducing Polymer/Clay Nanocomposites to a Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program
Industry and academe have shown considerable interests in polymer-clay nanocomposites (PCNs) because of the perceived benefits PCNs possess relative to traditional materials. These benefits include efficient...
The Distribution Game
This game is a computer simulation of retailers and wholesaler inventory systems. We play the game before we introduce EOQ and safety stock theory. The students soon get a feel for tradeoffs between ordering and...
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