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The Footwear Industry

  • Richard K. Miller
Part of the VNR Competitive Manufacturing Series book series (VNRCMS)

Abstract

The manufacturing of footwear is very labor intensive. Automation has been very difficult because of the continuous variation of styles and sizes, the non-rigid and irregular configuration of the workpiece and complexity of the special machinery used in the manufacturing process.

Keywords

Force Feedback Industrial Robot Milling Tool Robot Application Footwear Industry 
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    Chirouze, M., Coiffet, P., Vacant, V., Flaissier, M. and Jallatte, S. A., “An Experimental Approach for a Force Controlled Robot in an Industrial Shoe Factory,” Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Industrial Robots, Milan, Italy, 5–7 March 1980, pp 23–27.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1989

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  • Richard K. Miller

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