5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- ISO Standards
- flexible manufacturing system
- Backward scheduling
- forward scheduling
- statistical quality control
- a you start with the date materials are available, then create the most efficient schedule, and then determine a shipping date based on that schedule
- b Worldwide standards of quality for goods and services
- c where you are given a shipping or due date and you have to determine the start date and the most efficient schedule based on when everything has to be finished.
- d a system in which machines are programmed to process different part types simultaneously— allowing a manufacturer to mass produce customized products
- e Continual monitoring of each stage of the entire production process
5 Multiple choice questions
- set of principles concerned with reducing waste and improving flow
- Unlike final inspection methodologies, involves every factor in producing high-quality goods—management, customers, employees, and suppliers. At any point, employees and leaders are aiming to produce high quality.
- combine design and manufacturing functions with other automated functions, such as order taking, shipment, and billing for the complete automation of a manufacturing plant
- description of how resources are to be used to develop a product in a specific way
- groups together similar tasks, and the partially assembled product moves from one station to the next as workers perform a particular step in the production process
5 True/False questions
enterprise resource planning → computer-based program used for inventory control and production planning. determines which parts will be needed to finish the job and compares these findings to the current inventory and places an order if needed.
mass customization → production of goods or services tailored to meet customers' individual needs cost- effectively
Gantt Chart → horizontal bar graph used to lay out each task in a project, the order in which these tasks must be completed, and how long each task will take.
Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) → combine design and manufacturing functions with other automated functions, such as order taking, shipment, and billing for the complete automation of a manufacturing plant
utility supply → availability of public infrastructure services (electricity, water, natural gas, and communications)