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Methodology of Estimating Manufacturing Task Completion Time for Make-to-Order Production

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Timely delivery of products designed to individual requirements of customers is increasingly difficult for manufacturers. It results from difficulties in effective development of production schedules and material flow control. The reason is, among other things, the lack of real data on standard times required to complete individual manufacturing processes. This article presents the assumptions on the method of estimating standard times for highly individualized products. The proposed method has been incorporated into computer software that was verified at an actual production company that manufactures electric heating elements.

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The presented results of the research, carried out under the theme No. 02/23/DSPB/7716, were funded with a grant to science granted by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.

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Żywicki, K., Osiński, F., Wichniarek, R. (2019). Methodology of Estimating Manufacturing Task Completion Time for Make-to-Order Production. In: Machado, J., Soares, F., Veiga, G. (eds) Innovation, Engineering and Entrepreneurship. HELIX 2018. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 505. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-91334-6_51

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