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Flexible Automation and Integrated Manufacturing 1994

ISBN Imprimir: 978-1-56700-018-4

SHOP FLOOR DATA CAPTURE FOR CIM IN A JOB SHOP ENVIRONMENT

Sinopsis

The effective capture of shop floor data is a prime key to the success of any computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) system implementation. Barcoding has become widely accepted as the means of computerised job related data entry within the discrete manufacturing environment Barcoding technologies involve two key areas: hardware, and application software. Setting up barcoding hardware generally involves careful assessment and purchasing of required scanning and printing products. Application software, on the other hand, typically involves system specific development which may be carried out internally or external to the organisation. This paper reviews the completion of a CIM system implementation within a medium sized manufacturing enterprise, with emphasis on the use of barcoding for the purpose of shop floor data capture. The paper deals with the capture of shop floor data and looks at software development aimed at providing an effective yet inexpensive method of printing barcoded labels using standard office equipment
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