assembly system

assembly system

[ə′sem·blē ‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
An automatic programming software system with a programming language and machine-language programs that aid the programmer by performing different functions such as checkout and updating.
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A new intrafacility fiber cable (IFC) assembly system supports bidirectional and unidirectional optical transmission of 6.25 Gb/s and up to 12.5 Gb/s (6.25 Gb/s x 2), respectively.
In addition to blades, the manufacturing complex will also be capable of producing precision molding and assembly system in a new tooling manufacturing facility.
The flexibility and range of all Branson welding systems allows you to select components and create the assembly system that meets your needs, matching system features to your application requirements.
He covers an introduction to automotive product engineering, the methodology of assembly system development, analyzing new manufacturing systems, designing vehicle assembly systems, process planning for vehicle assembly, automatic and manual operations, designing and arranging supportive functions, and managing tool development.
Based on above research works, this paper derives a systematic approach to implement cobots in an assembly system and enlists associated activities in developing a hybrid assembly work-cell (see Fig.
There are several publications on one level with multicomponents assembly system. Researcher utilized different method for finding optimal solution such as minimizing the sum of total costs.
According to the author, the adoption of laws in quick procedures, for which often MPs don't have the time to read all its content behind the law they vote for, makes them act like bots in the Assembly system, and if it continues to function this way it won't give any democratic and financial justification.
Researches on the augmented reality application in the automotive assembly system are infrequently being executed by few automotive manufacturing companies (Ong et al., 2004).
In case of a disruption, the part would be moved from the mold to a temporary bulk storage area or small buffer bin at the press and then put back into the assembly system in a "first-in/first-out" manner.
As it happens I objected to the limitations placed on access to webmail on the new Assembly system, which were proposed purely to protect the system from viruses and other external attacks.