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The Transformable Factory – Strategies, Methods and Examples

  • H.-P. Wiendahl
  • R. Hernández
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Abstract

If we look at the evolution steps of factories in the last 20 years, we basically find different factory concepts and production concepts in every decade depending on different goals and criteria (Fig. 1).

Keywords

Production Network Design Field Factory Planning Transformable Factory Kanban System 
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  • R. Hernández

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