IE 550 Manufacturing Systems - Industrial and Systems Engineering

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ISE 316 Manufacturing Engineering
Introduction to Processes
Richard A. Wysk
Fall 2010
Office 414A Daniels
Phone 515-1549
Email: [email protected]
Agenda
• Policies - This is an engineering course, I
do expect you to act like engineering
students. Independent, diligent, creative,...
• Engineering ethics
• Policies and organization
Grading
Homework
Quizes
Labs
Lab project
Tests
Participation
TOTAL
10%
15%
10%
10%
50%
5%
100%
Overview
• What we will we be doing?
– ISE316 is lots of fun. It may also be the most important class that
you take. It is the materials that I most frequently use in my
industry consulting.
– Manufacturing engineering is a difficult topic that has hindered the
development of CIM implementation. People do not understand
how engineering systems fit together. This will be one of my foci
for ISE316!
Development activities
• Labs have been developed and are intended
to reinforce what is taught in class.
• Active, collaborative learning will be the
educational focus for the course. I am
looking for feedback in this area.
• Topically, the materials have been focused
around a larger view of “Engineering –
What role does Manufacturing play in it?”
Introduction
• What is a “Manufacturing system”?
Interactions of many processes, products and
design decisions made in the engineering of
a product.
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Machine requirements planning
Process planning
Production planning
Concurrent engineering
Goal and Objective
• GOAL -- Today’s manufacturing engineer
needs to identify and locate the most
efficient method to produce a product (inhouse or not)
• OBJECTIVE -- reduce time to market,
increase quality, reduce cost, and operate in
a tight capital environment
A Vision of Integrated
Engineering Systems
ENGINEERING -- the planning, designing,
construction (manufacture), or management
of machinery, roads, bridges, etc..
Traditional Engineering
A Vision of Integrated
Engineering Systems (cont.)
INTEGRATE
– 1. to make or become whole or complete.
– 2. to bring parts together as a whole.
– 3. to remove barriers imposing segregation.
A Vision of Integrated
Engineering Systems (cont.)
INTEGRATED ENGINEERING
– planning, designing, construction and
management of a product.
Engineering
Product Engineering
Process Engineering
Production Engineering
A Vision of Integrated
Engineering Systems (cont.)
INTEGRATION
ENGINEERING
– tools and techniques that
can be used to assist in
combining planning,
design, construction and
management of a product.
A Vision of Manufacturing
Systems (cont.)
• INTEGRATED ENGINEERING
– planning, designing, construction and management of a
product.
Concurrent or simultaneous
engineering
• Performing all business activities in unison
• Making wise real-time economic decisions
• Team concepts
ISE316 Focus
• ISE316 is intended to cover processing in
the engineering wheel.
• All spokes will be discussed.
• Processes will be the concentration.
Questions?!? Is everything
perfectly clear?

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