Metalcutting Automation: Some Considerations

Vasilash, Gary S.
January 2000
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Jan2000, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p50
Trade Publication
Deals with the metalcutting automation arena in the automobile industry. Suggestions from Mark Tomlinson of Lamb Technicon Machining Systems in Warren, Michigan; Difference between the flexible and high-volume systems; Discussion on workforce considerations. INSET: Keeping High-Volume Systems Up-to-Date.


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