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Progress in Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems

  • U. Heisel
  • M. Meitzner
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Abstract

Imponderabilities characterize the contemporary market developments, and most of them are beyond the influence of the producers [7]. They account for 20–30% of the production planning at present, and future increases cannot be excluded. The annual changes in the percentage of the registrations of petrol-powered and diesel-powered vehicles in Germany give an example (Fig. 1).

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Machine Tool Flexible Manufacturing System Reconfigurable Manufacturing System External Supplier Machine Capability 
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  • M. Meitzner

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