part classification

part classification

[′pärt ‚klas·ə·fə‚kā·shən]
(industrial engineering)
A coding scheme employed in automated manfacturing processes that uses four or more digits to assign discrete products to families of parts.
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Mr Alumran said part classification was not helping matters.
The authors suggest that a four part classification is preferable due to the wide range of motion that is featured among people who present with pronated STJ.
By clicking on a cluster, users can drill deeper into the specific part classification.
Clearly, Ganter said, the use of these techniques could involve process planning, design development, part classification and cost estimation.
These features also help ReliOn to anticipate inventory and materials they need in advance, speeding product development and standardizing part classification.
SyncroSpec R11 includes proven procedures for issuing new part numbers and creating globally reusable part information such as; automatic part number dispensing, drawing or document numbers that embed the relevant part number, part classification schemes for on-line parts books, plus the ability to automate any review processes needed to determine end-product model numbers.
1, a modular software suite that supports automated cleansing and normalization, part classification, and language translation of product data, and Enterworks' recent announcement of Enterworks Catalog Builder(TM), an e-procurement catalog solution that enables manufacturers and other suppliers to integrate and deliver catalog content from multiple, disparate sources to multiple electronic sales channels.
Part Classification groups parts to allow better analysis of product risk.
The initial system release delivered part classification and change management functionality.
IBM recognizes the requirement to deliver part classification functionality as a component of a Product Data Management system, providing the capability to classify and standardize part parameter information at the enterprise level.
How ON Semiconductor gained greater awareness of customer ordering behavior, its inventory mix, and part classifications that drive other processes
Benefits of this pack include easy sharing of 3-D data and non-geometric data within and outside of design teams, part classifications, security access, design and drawing management, and the automatic creation and management of bills of materials.