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    Automated Manufacturing

    Gardner LB
    Published: 1985

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    Discusses an integrated approach to standardization in support of controlled manufacturing. Covers such topics as distributed assembly automation; integrated database management systems for computer-aided manufacturing; and practical problems in applying industrial robots.

    Table of Contents


    Integrated Standards Structure for Automated Manufacturing


    Opening Remarks

    Use of ASTM Standards in Integrated Manufacturing Systems

    EIA and ISO Numerical Control Standards for Automated Manufacturing Systems

    The Role of Standards in the Factory with a Future

    Standardization Suggested by the Automated Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF)—A Research Testbed for the Factory of the Future

    A Standard for the Intercommunication of Computers in a Flexible Manufacturing System

    Industrial Automation—The U.S. Government's Productivity and Standardization Initiatives

    The Need for Hierarchical Standards for Automated Integrated Manufacturing

    Automation, Information Systems, and Management: What Now?

    Flexible Manufacturing Systems: The MODIAC Project

    Manufacturing Process Control Specification with Functional Programming

    An Examination of the IDEF0 Approach Used as a Potential Industry Standard for Production Control System Design

    A Relational Approach to the Integrated Database Management System for Computer-Aided Manufacturing

    Practical Problems in the Application of Industrial Robots

    A Hierarchical Model-Based Control System for Inspection

    The U.S. Army's Computer-Aided Design Center at Edgewood, Maryland

    Integration of Process Control and Management Information Systems in a Rolling Mill

    Functions and Dimensions of Distributed Assembly Automation: An Analytical Networking Approach

    Some Comments on the Crisis in Engineering and Engineering Technology Education

    Committee: E31

    DOI: 10.1520/STP862-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4927-4

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0422-8