wo2004092142a1-an improved process for manufacture
WO2004092142A1 - An improved process for manufacture
The present invention relates to a process for the production of benzimidazole derivatives comprising providing an amino acetamido benzene derivative; and condensing and cyclising the aminoacetamido benzene derivative in the presence of a base and in the presence of a cyclising agent under conditions effective to form the benzimidazole derivative.
5 lean techniques that will improve your manufacturing processes
Here is a brief description of 5 effective lean strategies along with an explanation of how each tool can improve your manufacturing processes. Keep in mind, although each of these lean techniques can have a dramatic impact on your business by itself, you can often multiply the benefits by combining them.
Quality Control In Manufacturing | Graphic Products
Improve quality, eliminate defects, and increase your profits. Incorrect Implementation of Quality Control in Manufacturing. Quality control in manufacturing can be a little tricky. Often, it is done at the end of the production process, only catching defects after the fact. Effective quality control is more involved and should include two levels:
Design for manufacturability
Design for manufacturability (also sometimes known as design for manufacturing or DFM) is the general engineering practice of designing products in such a way that they are easy to manufacture. The concept exists in almost all engineering disciplines, but the implementation differs widely depending on the manufacturing technology.
12 Steps From Product Concept to Manufacturing - Business 2
The process of bringing a new product to market can seem long and daunting, and might be enough to put you off getting started. By breaking it down into 12 steps, you can see that it could be
How big data can improve manufacturing | McKinsey
Advanced analytics refers to the application of statistics and other mathematical tools to business data in order to assess and improve practices (exhibit). In manufacturing, operations managers can use advanced analytics to take a deep dive into historical process data, identify patterns and relationships among discrete process steps and
Five Steps to Improved Manufacturing Quality | IndustryWeek
Quality won’t be sustainably improved by individuals. To really make lasting and meaningful change in manufacturing processes, it will take a team-based approach. By involving multiple disciplines in the search for improved quality, a variety of perspectives is obtained. Also of importance is knowledge of process history.
The Five Types of Manufacturing Processes
A manufacturing process is the way a business will establish how it will produce its products for its customers. When a company begins manufacturing a product the process will be determined by factors such as consumer demand of products, the manufacturing technique of how a final product is completed (is it assembled by various components, involve raw material or chemicals?) and the available
5 Ideas for Continuous Improvement : Production Machining
5) It’s about the process, NOT the results. If you concentrate on nurturing the process, the results will come as a natural consequence. Everyone has processes and every process can be improved. Unintended variation in our processes leads to undesirable variation in the outcomes of our processes.
The 5 Types of Manufacturing Processes | Machine Design
Find out how 3D printing has become the sixth manufacturing process in my MD Aug 2018 column. See the 5 Types graphic upgraded to the 6 Types graphic in my MD Sept 2018 column. Related.
Journal of Manufacturing Processes - Elsevier
Traditionally, a "top-down" approach has been used in manufacturing. Recently, engineers and scientists have begun exploring "bottom-up" approaches for manufacturing today's highly complex products. Further, these emerging processes are aimed to improve process efficiency and product quality.
5 Ways to Improve Quality | Inc.com
For manufacturers, this process involves statistical quality control, the process of setting a product's specifications and then sampling a small number of units from the production line to see