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  • MICRO: Wafer Handling and Fab Automation - Pisa (October 2000)
    Wafer Handling and Fab Automation A new system relies on computer-integrated manufacturing to achieve automated material handling and complete fab management. The semiconductor industry fuels its growth by continuing to bring more and more functions to increasingly complex chips while at the same
  • MICRO: Wafer Handling and Fab Automation - Pisa (October 2000)
    Wafer Handling and Fab Automation A new system relies on computer-integrated manufacturing to achieve automated material handling and complete fab management. growth by continuing to bring more and more functions to increasingly complex chips while at the same time reducing the cost to the consumer
  • MICRO:Facility Automation, by Ken Van Antwerp (Oct '99)
    undergone several technology upgrades since its initial construction in 1978. Product was stored in a variety of locations on multilevel shelves, racks, and carts. Operators selected the next lot for processing from a list displayed on a computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) terminal. They then had
  • EIP Solution in the Refinery Project Data Acquisition System (.pdf)
    Large-scale refinery is a kind of fuel, chemical raw materials enterprise and bears complete processing techniques. Most of its production equipment is equipped with Distributed Control System (DCS) and features a high level of automation. And the engineering data of each device is sent to Computer
  • Medical Device Link . Automation Equipment Provides Speed, Reliability
    computer-integrated manufacturing, computer-controlled processes are a must. Planning for Flexibility. With medical products becoming more complex, Fischer predicts that links between networks of assembly machines will become more important. She also foresees the diversification of laser and adhesive
  • CNC Routers Changing the Face of the Model-Making Industry
    becomes computer-integrated manufacturing. (As seen in the October 2010 Issue of Woodworkingnetwork.com). Everyone pitches in to bring computer integrated manufacturing classes. to a rural high school. 'Shop' Students Flex Creative Muscle on Charity Art Project. (As seen in the March 5, 2006 issue
  • CNC Case Studies for the Woodworking Industry
    computer-integrated manufacturing. (As seen in the October 2010 Issue of Woodworkingnetwork.com). Everyone pitches in to bring computer integrated manufacturing classes. to a rural high school. 'Shop' Students Flex Creative Muscle on Charity Art Project. (As seen in the March 5, 2006 issue
  • CNC Routers for the Sign Making Industry
    computer-integrated manufacturing. (As seen in the October 2010 Issue of Woodworkingnetwork.com). Everyone pitches in to bring computer integrated manufacturing classes. to a rural high school. 'Shop' Students Flex Creative Muscle on Charity Art Project. (As seen in the March 5, 2006 issue

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