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Effective implementation of SPC in wide area manufacturing systems (A case study)

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1 Author(s)
Carter, D.W., Jr. ; IBM, Poughkeepsie, NY, USA

Statistical process control (SPC) is a tool for monitoring the manufacturing process. To be effective, SPC must be coupled with a system for solving problems. The use of computer systems and a special organizational structure to achieve an effective SPC implementation are discussed. The facility is considered to be a wide area manufacturing system (WAMS) because various manufacturing support groups are located in different buildings around the manufacturing facility

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CompEuro '93. 'Computers in Design, Manufacturing, and Production', Proceedings.

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24-27 May 1993