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Improvement in the Method of Assembly of a New Production Process in the PIM

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The present article has an demonstrates the steps of making a connection fastening device that assists in the process of assembling a new production process of a white line company in the industrial hub of Manaus. The process without the presence of this device would generate leakage besides a longer process and a greater probability of error in the assembly. It was decided to build a fastening device to use it in the line, which was built through machining and later followed by surface treatment with zinc. In view of these issues, a series of actions was developed with correct decision-making based on the needs of the project after identifying the problem, its cause and resulting problems. The construction of the device was performed by the supplier, who was chosen based on the best cost and development time at the time. A device capable of solving the problem of leakage, ergonomic improvement and decrease of error variability was obtained.

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  • Device
  • Method
  • Machining introduction

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Oliveira, M., Cavalcante, K., Veroneze, G., de Oliveira, M.A., da Costa Craveiro, J.M. (2021). Improvement in the Method of Assembly of a New Production Process in the PIM. In: Pereira, L., Carvalho, J., Krus, P., Klofsten, M., De Negri, V. (eds) Proceedings of IDEAS 2019. IDEAS 2018. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, vol 198. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-55374-6_5

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