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Assembly Process Reengineering Applied to Production Line Balancing

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3 Author(s)
Ma Li-xin ; Ind. Eng., Light Ind. Dept., Harbin Univ. of Commerce, Harbin, China ; Xie Hai-hong ; Zhang Jian-bo

With the analysis of the present condition and process reengineering of the transmission case assembly line, we can draw operation process chart, measure and record the necessary data from the various processes by the methods of the industrial engineering, such as the Principles of ECRS, Program Analysis Method and Production Line Balancing, etc. We can make a series of work to improve and optimize the assembling line at the point of flow, and analyze the assembling line upon the present condition. Then we get a better scheme, analyzing and evaluating the scheme to eliminate the phenomenon of unbalance diseconomy and unreasonable phenomenon, to achieve the goal of raising efficiency and reducing the cost and improve the product quality. It will make the purpose of industrial engineering and advanced production methods to be applied into the actual production system, and provide reference for the manufacturing firm in our country.

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Electronic Commerce and Business Intelligence, 2009. ECBI 2009. International Conference on

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6-7 June 2009

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