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IE 450 Manufacturing Systems

Richard A. Wysk
Spring 2006

Agenda
Policies - This is an engineering course, I
do expect you to act like engineering
students. Independent, diligent, creative,...
Engineering ethics

Overview
What we will we be doing?
IE450 is lots of fun. It may also be the most important class that
you take. It is the materials that I most frequently use in my
industry consulting.
Manufacturing systems is a difficult topic that has hindered the
development of CIM implementation. People do not understand
how engineering systems fit together. This is the focus of IE450!

Background of IE450
Dr. Ham developed the course 20 years ago,
and it has been evolving ever since.
A lab was implemented in the course 2
years ago. We will use the lab section to
reinforce the class materials.
Significant development has been put into
the class.

Development activities
Topically, the materials have been focused
around a new topic called Lean
Manufacturing.

Once in a semester opportunity


We will have 1-3 Case study
demonstrations within the semester as part
of the lab.
It is a lot of work but fun as well

Introduction
What is a Manufacturing system?
Interactions of many processes, products and
design decisions made in the engineering of a
product.

Machine requirements planning


Process planning
Production planning
Concurrent engineering

Vocabulary
Glossary of terms
CIM, CAD, CAM, CAD/CAM, NC, CNC,
FMS,
Simultaneous engineering, Concurrent
engineering,
Agile Engineering, Product Engineering, Process
Engineering
Production Engineering, ...

Goal and Objective


GOAL -- Todays manufacturing engineer
needs to identify and locate the most
efficient method to produce a product (inhouse or not)
OBJECTIVE -- reduce time to market,
increase quality, reduce cost, and operate in
a tight capital environment

Todays Situation
Moving form paper driven systems or from
stand-alone business and engineering
systems
Selling under-utilized resources to increase
profit
Terminate inefficient (non competitive)
activities

A Vision of Integrated
Engineering Systems
ENGINEERING -- the planning, designing,
construction (manufacture), or
management of machinery, roads, bridges,
etc..

Traditional Engineering

A Vision of Integrated
Engineering Systems (cont.)
INTEGRATE
1. to make or become whole or complete.
2. to bring parts together as a whole.
3. to remove barriers imposing segregation.

A Vision of Integrated
Engineering Systems (cont.)
INTEGRATED ENGINEERING
planning, designing, construction and
management of a product.

Engineering

Product Engineering

Process Engineering

Production Engineering

A Vision of Integrated
Engineering Systems (cont.)
INTEGRATION
ENGINEERING
tools and techniques that
can be used to assist in
combining planning,
design, construction and
management of a product.

A Vision of Manufacturing
Systems (cont.)
INTEGRATED ENGINEERING
planning, designing, construction and management of a
product.

Concurrent or simultaneous
engineering
Performing all business activities in unison
Making wise real-time economic decisions
Team concepts

IE450 Focus
IE450 is intended to cover all of the
engineering and business activities.
All will be discussed.
Lean Manufacturing will be the
concentration.