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Computer Integrated Manufacturing for Fully Automated Manufacturing

Computer Integrated Manufacturing for Fully Automated Manufacturing

Manually operated manufacturing lines are giving way to fully automated lines with minimal manual intervention for the purpose of reduction in cycle times and to enhance quality, with the prime purpose of reducing variation in both. With the advent of automation lines and reduction in manual work, there has been a need to monitor and report the performance of these lines in terms of productivity, quality and allied information that could prove vital to establish the efficiency of the lines and the process. Since manual reporting is time consuming, erroneous, biased and slow, automatic reporting, and sometimes feedback, is the need of the day. The solution lies with the advent and incorporation of Computer Integrated Manufacturing systems (CIM). This paper describes the hardware details and the software framework that encompasses a CIM system.

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