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        StatementInst of Industrial Engineers
        PublishersInst of Industrial Engineers
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        LC ClassificationsJune 1986
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 89 p. :
        Number of Pages41
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        ISBN 100898060788
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FMS, has been regarded as a viable solution to bridge the gap and as a gateway to the automated factory of the future. It has all the features as mentioned before of a typical FMS.

Flexible Manufacturing Systems: A Review of Analytical Models

Instead of using general-purpose machines, the machines can be designed for the specific processes required to make the limited part family, thus increasing the production rate of the system. In a conventional machine environment, only one path exists for a part because a single fixture remains at a single machine.

The result of these efforts IS the conclusion that flexibility in manufacturing has multiple dimensions; there are various types of flexibility. Agile flexibility allows the smart factory to adapt to schedule and product changes with minimal intervention.

Flexible Automation and Integrated Manufacturing 1996

The increasing marriage of IT and OT has made it possible for organizations to move many formerly plant-level decisions to the business-unit or enterprise level. According to Maleki, the first FM system was patented in 1965 by Theo Williamson who made numerically controlled equipment. The correlations are indicated in Table 16. consisting of a group of processing workstations usually CNC machine toolsinterconnected by an automated material handling and storage system, and controlled by a distributed computer system.