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A cordless linear synchronous motor (LSM) material handling system for CIM has been developed. The system incorporates a courier that moves without tether restrictions. This provides for an automated material handling system with improved travel and flexibility. The material handling system runs...
Push/pull production mode used in CIMS and its application in refinery are mainly discussed in this paper. Firstly, we discuss about push/pull production mode used in CIMS, where manufacturing system is introduced, push/pull combined control strategy is put forward push/pull production mode is...
New product development in the seafood industries is increasingly based on extension of product lines. These must be tailored to the retailer and customer needs and be available with short lead-times. One possibility for seafood companies to meet this challenge is to utilise the benefits and...
This work focuses on machining of pockets with convex angles and containing no islands. The approach is a hybrid contouring – staircasing one. Contouring aims at clearing enough space around the boundary to allow efficient staircasing in the interior. Three tools are foreseen: two for...
The present paper proposes a computer-aided module for the detection of grasps of 3D objects by using artificial neural networks. This module considers the grasps performed by the most common classes of grippers used in industrial applications: two-jaw grippers, three-jaw grippers, magnetic...
Slovenian companies see the reduction of lead times as an opportunity to improve their competitiveness on the world market. The article proposes an operation lead time control procedure which should allow for the co-ordination of the tasks of planning, control and inspection of lead times, as...
Increasing competition in globalising markets requires effective means for development and production planning regarding innovative products. One efficient approach is an integrated product and process design, following the idea of concurrent engineering. Initialising process design at an early...
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