batch manufacturing

batch manufacturing

[′bach ‚man·ə′fak·chər·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
The manufacture of parts in discrete runs or lots, generally interspersed with other production procedures.
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The Companys new technology platform is being developed to directly address the needs of customers whose requirements include the production of pilot-series parts, small batch manufacturing during product ramp up and end-of-life, and customized, lightweight, and complex parts.
Small batch manufacturing for instruments and implants
THE Wales Centre for Advanced Batch Manufacturing (CBM Wales) has appointed Andrew Walker as its new commercial director.
As a Microsoft Silver Certified Partner, Vicinity Manufacturing will help put together the missing ingredient in your batch manufacturing business solution.
As previously announced, the large-scale batch manufacturing will be transferred to other AkzoNobel sites in North America, including Port Hope, Ontario.
He explained that continuous manufacturing technology combines the segmented steps of batch manufacturing into one cohesive process, with more streamlined product flows and faster production times.
This will include a talk about the charity's design and engineering work, a chance to see some of MERU's batch manufacturing techniques, as well as a presentation from Cara on her return from delivering specialist MERU products to a school for children with disabilities in Peru.
Focusing on growing industries such as fashion and small batch manufacturing as well as social and virtual initiatives to promote road safety, students enjoyed a hands-on approach to identifying market trends, high growth businesses and how technology can benefit their entrepreneurial activities.
NWBT has already achieved significant cost efficiencies by pioneering a unique batch manufacturing process.
2] site, the addition enables both 100 L batch production in stirred tank bioreactors and 1000 L batch manufacturing in disposable bioreactors, and is Biosafety Level 2 compliant, allowing the manipulation of human pathogens.
This book defines a set of design patterns and rules one should know when applying ISA-88 standards to both batch manufacturing (called the $88 design pattern) and continuous and discrete manufacturing (called the NS88 design pattern for nonstop production).