Computer Integrated Manufacturing


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Computer Integrated Manufacturing

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Arizona State University's Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems Research Center will develop an Intelligent Graphic User Interface for workstations and personal computers and applications software to aid manufacturers with purchasing functions.
This is Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) at work to improve the printer's productivity.
in the Netherlands has selected Paradigm(R) as its Computer Integrated Manufacturing system for their state-of-the-art PCB facility in Echt, the Netherlands.
The goal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing is to close costly gaps between individual steps of the printing process", said Marc Olin, Vice President/General Manager, EFI Commercial Print Systems.
It houses a fully automated, continuous flow production line and, in 1991, was selected by Controls & Systems magazine as a winner of the magazine's Manufacturing Excellence Award in recognition of the Tallahassee Operations' emphasis on product quality, advanced automation, and computer integrated manufacturing.
This interoperability allows EFI customers to build open, end-to-end systems for computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) and effectively streamline print operations for maximum productivity and profitability.
The JDF flow of information creates the foundation for Computer Integrated Manufacturing, where shared information leads to more efficient processes, reduced turnaround time and increased profits.
Confirmed speakers and instructors at the conference include many industry luminaries such as Eric Keller, computer integrated manufacturing service program director, Gartner Group; George Hayes, standards consultant for DEC; Dennis Eskow, deputy editor, Corporate Computing; Michael Parker, software deployment tools product manager, Texas Instruments; Lou Pilla, editor-in-chief, DEC professional; Chris Christianson, research director of commercial multi-user systems, International Data Corporation; Ken Hedberg, engineering program manager, DEC; Rosanne Wyleczuk, worldwide product marketing manager, Hewlett-Packard; and Keith Walls chief executive officer, Insoft Limited.
Heidelberg's show theme, "Connect/Create," refers to the company's central focus on computer integrated manufacturing (CIM).
It will specifically focus, through the use of quick die change equipment and computer integrated manufacturing systems, on low to medium volume production of medium and large "Class A" cosmetic panels in steel, galvanized steel and aluminum.
The collaboration will complement Heidelberg's Prinect portfolio, which offers complete workflow solutions based on open JDF standards, to achieve a computer integrated manufacturing business model.
Palette is recognized as the market leader in document management and quality assurance management for computer integrated manufacturing execution systems.

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