Research Paper On Manufacturing Process Pdf

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  • Manufacturing Process for Snowboards

    A 10 page paper outlining the manufacturing process for snowboards. Though the manufacturing process of snowboards is rather straightforward, there are many opportunities in the process to affect quality, either positively or negatively. The type of material specified in the original design will dictate much of the manufacturing process. Nearly all snowboards are made of wood core construction today, but other materials may come to be much more common in the future. Depending on the nature of those materials, processes may change dramatically in the future. Bibliography lists 14 sources.

  • Operational Improvements in Manufacturing Environment - The Case o Morgan Cars

    This 8 page paper looks at the UK car company Morgan Motor Cars Ltd., examining the way that manufacture takes place in order to identify the way in which the firm may be able to make cost effective improvements to increase production capacity. Recommendations for improvements to the manufacturing process are presented. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

  • Manufacturing and PLC's Role

    A 5 page paper discussing the PLC and its role in manufacturing process control. In an age of increasing numbers of technological advances, there are few manufacturing process control devices that can be said to be as valuable today as when they first became widely used, but the PLC qualifies for the distinction. The key to its continued success could well lie with its simplicity, a factor that designers need to preserve. The single focus of the PLC makes it difficult to integrate into corporate intranets, and designed redundancy diminishes the simplicity that keeps it so highly functional. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Eliminating Inspection of Garage Doors by Acme Doors

    A 10 page paper presenting a business statistics exercise. Acme Doors manufactures garage doors that have been found to vary widely in final weight in the plant, a matter that can affect long-term performance and customers’ views of the level of quality of the product. A tenet of TQM is that quality increases as manufacturing efforts are increasingly brought within statistical control. A study sampling final product indicates that Acme’s manufacturing process will need to be refined before it eliminates product inspection in trying to implement TQM in its production activities. Includes 2 tables and 4 charts; PowerPoint presentation available. Bibliography lists 23 sources.

  • What Caused the January 2000 Crash of Alaska Airlines' Flight 261?

    An 11 page overview of the circumstances leading up to the January 2000 crash of this McDonnell Douglas MD-83 aircraft into the Pacific Ocean approximately eleven miles offshore of Port Hueneme. The author of this paper raises a number of questions such as how faulty manufacturing processes may have been at play as well as how inferior were Alaska Air’s maintenance procedures. One question of particular interest is why ground maintenance personnel were troubleshooting the aircraft in flight with passengers on board. The conclusion is reached that the causes of this crash were multifaceted and included not only inferior parts but also inferior maintenance practices and questionable decisions attributable in part to communications with ground crews. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

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