Integrated Design and Production Systems for Strategic Production
The theme of the conference is how to increase the Productivity of Production systems by application of Integrated Production System concepts. The control of the system at several levels is especially important in this.
KeywordsEquipment Usage Flexible Manufacture System Life Cycle Cost Metal Cutting Machine Data System Architecture
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