Table of contents for Computer-integrated manufacturing / James A. Rehg, Henry W. Kraebber.


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Preface	xi
PART 1 INTRODUCTION TO CIM AND THE MANUFACTURING ENTERRPRISE	1
1	The Manufacturing Enterprise	2
1-1 Introduction 2
1-2 External Challenges 5
1-3 Internal Challenges 8
1-4 World-Class Order-Winning Criteria 14
1-5 The Problem and a Solution 21
1-6 Learning CIM Concepts 24
1-7 Going for the Globe 26
1-8 Summary 33
Bibliography 33
Questions 34
Problems 35
Projects 36
Appendix 1-1: The Benefits of a CIM Implementation 37
Appendix 1-2: Technology and the Fundamentals of an Operation---Authors' Commentary 38
2	Manufacturing Systems	44
2-1 Manufacturing Classifications 45 
2-2 Product Development Cycle 52
2-3 Enterprise Organization 53
2-4 Manual Production Operations 60
2-5 Summary 62
Bibliography 63
Questions 63
Projects 64
Case Study: Evolution and Progress-One World-Class Company's Measurement System 64
Appendix 2-1: CIM as a Competitive Weapon 65
PART 2 THE DESIGN ELEMENTS AND PRODUCTION ENGINEERING	69
3	Product Design and Production Engineering	70
3-1 Product Design and Production Engineering 70
3-2 Organization Model 71
3-3 The Design Process: A Model 74
3-4 Concurrent Engineering 82
3-5 Production Engineering 88
3-6 Summary 98
Bibliography 98
Questions 99
Projects 99
Case Study: Repetitive Design 100
4	Design Automation: CAD and PDM 101
4-1 Introduction to CAD 101 
4-2 The Cost of Paper-Based Design Data 108
4-3 CAD Software 110 
4-4 CAD: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 115 
4-5 Application of CAD to Manufacturing Systems 125 
4-6 Selecting CAD Software for an Enterprise 127
4-7 Product Data Managent 128
4-8 Summary 129 
 Bibliography 131
Questions 132
Problems 132
Projects 133
Appendix 4-1: Web Sites for CAD Vendors 133
Appendix 4-2: B-Splines to NURBSs 135
Appendix 4-3: Web Sites for Computer Companies 136
5	Design Automation: CAE	138
5-1 Design for Manufacturing and Assembly 139
5-2 CAE bAnalysis 144
5-3 CAE Evaluation 154
5-4 Group Technology 160
5-5 Production Engineering Strategies 165
5-6 Design and Production Engineering Network 185
5-7 Summary 188
Bibliography 189
Questions 189
Problems 190
Projects 191
Appendix 5-1: Ten Guidelines for DFA 192
Appendix 5-2: Web Sites for CAE Vendors 193
Appendix 5-3: Web Sites for Rapid Prototyping Vendors 194
PART 3 CONTROLLING THE ENTERPRISE RESOURCES	197
6	Introduction to Production and Operations Planning	198
6-1 Operations Management 199
6-2 Planning for Manufacturing 200
6-3 MPC Model-- Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II) 205
6-4 Production Planning 207
6-5 Master Production Schedule 211
6-6 Inventory Management 212
6-7 Planning for Material and Capacity Resources 213
6-8 Introduction to Production Activity Control 215
6-9 Shop Loading 219
6-10 Input-Output Control 221
6-11 Automating the Planning and Control Functions 221
6-12 Summary 223
Bibliography 224
Questions 225
Problems 225
Projects 226
Appendix 6-1: Priority Rule Systems 226
7	Detailed Planning and Production-Scheduling Systems	228
7-1	From Reorder-Point Systems to Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II) 257
7-2	Material Requirements Planning 258
7-3	Capacity Requirements Planning 268
7-4	Manufacturing Resource Planning 281
7-5 Features of Modern Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems 291
7-6 Summary 298
Bibliography 299
Questions 300
Problems 301
Projects 302
Appendix 7-1: Wight's Bicycle Example 307
Appendix 7-2: ABCD Checklist 309
Appendix 7-3: An ERP Example Using WinMan 310
8 Enterprise Resource Planning, and Beyond	319
8-1 MRP II: A Driver of Effective ERP Systems 321
8-2 Information Technology 322
8-3 The Decision to Implement an ERP System 325
8-4 Identifying ERP System Suppliers 326
8-5 Developing Technologies: Converging and Enabling 330
8-6 Integrating Systems to Manage Design Data 335
8-7 Summary 337
Bibliography 338
Questions 338
Projects 338
9 The Revolution in Manufacturing 352
9-1 Just-in-Time Manufacturing 353
9-2 Synchronized Production 364
9-3 The Emergence of Lean Production 366
9-4 Modern Manufacturing Systems in a Lean Environment 369
9-5 Summary 374
Bibliography 375
Questions 375
Projects 376
Case Study: Production System at New United Motor Manufacturing, Part 1 376
Case Study: Production System at New United Motor Manufacturing, Part 2 378
PART 4 ENABLING PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS FOR MODERN
MANUFACTURING 383
10 Production Process Machines and Systems 385
10-1 Material and Machine Processes 387
10-2 Flexible Manufacturing 405
10-3 Fixed High-Volume Automation 413
10-4 Summary 417
Bibliography 419
Questions 420
Projects 421
Appendix 10-1: History of Computer-Controlled Machines 422
11 Production Support Machines and Systems 425
11-1 Industrial Robots 426
11-2 Program Statements for Servo Robots 448
11-3 Programming a Servo Robot 454
11-4 Automated Material Handling 461
11-5 Automatic Guided Vehicles 465
11-6 Automated Storage and Retrieval 476
11-7 Summary 480
Bibliography 481
Questions 481
Projects 483
Case Study: AGV Applications at General Motors 484
12 Machine and System Control 486
12-1 System Overview 487
12-2 Cell Control 493
12-3 Proprietary Versus Open System Interconnect Software 497
12-4 Device Control 499
12-5 Programmable Logic Controllers 500
12-6 Relay Ladder Logic 502
12-7 PLC System and Components 506
12-8 PLC Types 511
12-9 Relay Logic Versus Ladder Logic 513
12-10 Computer Numerical Control 521
12-11 Automatic Tracking 525
12-12 Network Communications 529
12-13 Summary 531
Bibliography 532
Questions 533
Projects 534
Appendix 12-1: Turning G Codes 535
13 Quality and Human Resource Issues in Manufacturing 537
13-1 Quality Foundations 538
13-2 Total Quality Management 543
13-3 Quality Tools and Processes 547
13-4 Defect-Free Design Philosophy 557
13-5 The Changing Workforce 561
13-6 Self-Directed Work Teams 562
13-7 Summary 567
Bibliography 569
Questions 569
Projects 570
Index 571




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Computer integrated manufacturing systems