Accelerating Productivity through Computer Integrated Manufacturing
|Mohammad Asim Qadri1, Pulkit Sreshth2, Siddharth Khandelwal3
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This paper concentrates on the significant role of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) in increasing the production. This paper mainly encompasses various topics: CIM definition, organization, and application. Today’s industries compete in a truly international marketplace. Efficient transportation networks have created a “world market” in which we participate on a daily basis. For any industrial country to compete and stably survive and grow in this market, it must have companies that provide economic high-quality products to their customers in a timely and most efficient manner. The importance of integrating product design and process design to achieve a design for production system cannot be overemphasized. Then again, even once a configuration is settled, fabricating businesses must be willing to suit their clients by permitting last-minute engineering outline changes without influencing delivery timetables or affecting item quality. Most U.S.-based assembling organizations look toward CAD/CAM and CIM to give this adaptability in their assembling framework. The paper discusses productivity improvement by using computer integrated manufacturing.