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The ability to work effectively as a member of a team has always been an integral component of a manufacturing engineering professional's skill set, but never more so than now. Incorporation of practices such as lean...
Intercollegiate design competitions are a popular means to engage students in design activities that extend beyond the curriculum. When students gather around a project in their spare time and use their classroom skills...
As a collaborative effort between the University of Michigan (UM), and Morgan State University (MSU) in Baltimore, a Distributed Reconfigurable Factory Testbed (DRFT) has been developed as part of the NSF Engineering...
Teaching lean manufacturing in the university environment is becoming more common, with many schools in the United States offering "lean" undergraduate courses in various technology and engineering programs. This trend...
Simulation is the most common tool to introduce basic concepts of lean manufacturing. The vast deployment of simulation in industry to train workers and at universities to educate students attests to this fact. However,...
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