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B.Eng (Industrial Engineering) SWU.
M.Eng (Metal Forming Technology) KMUTT. 

   
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What do you do?
Research
Manufacture Products
Manage Departments
and Companies

Design Products  


(Manufacturing Process)
What is
Manufacturing?

How do we make these?

Definition of "Manufacturing"
• "Manufacturing" is a process for
converting ideas and market or customer
needs into artifacts; Includes design,

procurement, test, finance, human
resources, marketing, etc.
• manufacturing is the conversion of
raw materials into useful products
– Main Focus of This Course

B. M. Amestead, P. F. Ostwald and M. L. Begeman.

Manufacturing
Economic ,Societal pressures, Government
regulations, company plans and policies, etc

Customer
needs

manufacturing
Raw
material

People, money, machines and automation

Products

Manufacturing
In manufacturing there are usually many
ways to make a part, some ways are
better than others.

Factors that must be considered.
Cost

Quality
Safety

Quantity

Equipment
available

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‘Design the Highest Quality Products for
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Example
How can you
sharpen a
wooden
pencil?

Example
How can you sharpen a
wooden pencil?
Knife or other sharp object
Sand or abrasion
Toy pencil sharpener
Hand pencil sharpener
Electric pencil sharpener
Automated pencil sharpener

Example
Situation
You are taking a timed test
You are in your dorm room
You are designing a department office
You have 500,000 pencils that are to be
packaged with a crossword puzzle