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17 June 1994 Manufacturing considerations for cockpit AMLCDs
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Most important decisions in planning the manufacturing of AMLCDs are interrelated. Plant layout depends upon machine design and process flow, which depend upon process design, material choices and handling techniques, which in turn depend upon available machine technology as well as product design. All of these must be subordinate to specifications of product performance and cost. Since many production processes and issues are interdependent, overlapping, or even conflicting, most planning decisions do not have a simple linear path. We assume a decision sequence for manufacturing planning as follows: product specification, product design, process specification and design, production machine specification and design, facility specification and design, operational design. We will examine options, interrelations and conflicts in several of these areas and discuss the problems and challenges which provide directions for future improvements.
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Vincent Cannella and Michael G. Lambie "Manufacturing considerations for cockpit AMLCDs", Proc. SPIE 2219, Cockpit Displays, (17 June 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.177801
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