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Life Cycle Cost Calculation for Manufacturing Systems by Means of Reconfigurability Analysis

  • A. Urbani
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Abstract

As markets mature, they become increasingly global in nature, and companies find themselves competing with companies in many different parts of the world, which are subjectto different laws and have different intellectual and natural resources. This makes the need for continuously updating and improving products a major factor for successful companies.

Keywords

Manufacture System Life Cycle Cost Life Cycle Analysis Potential Capacity Production Solution 
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