Integrated New Product Introduction Challenges in Aerospace Manufacturing

Show simple item record Maginness, Malachy - Shehab, Essam - Beadle, Chris -
dc.contributor.editor Alain, Bernard - 2012-06-29T23:01:59Z 2012-06-29T23:01:59Z 2011-05-10T00:00:00Z -
dc.identifier.citation M. Maginness, E. Shehab and C. Beadle. Integrated New Product Introduction Challenges in Aerospace Manufacturing. Global product development : proceedings of the 20th CIRP Design Conference, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France, 19th-21st April 2010, pp247-252. Ed. Alain Bernard.
dc.identifier.isbn 978-3-642-15972-5 -
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dc.description.abstract The key dynamic in supporting an efficient and effective new product introduction is the nature of the exchange of information between the functions of manufacturing engineering and design engineering. This paper describes a study of this dynamic with particular regard to the role of manufacturing engineering in developing robust production process for the design intent. This study reports related work in this area and establishes the views of participants concerning product introduction process at a major aerospace manufacturer. It is found that integration between the manufacturing and design function driven by communication of qualitative data has brought benefit to the process in terms of quality cost and time. However, a stronger definition regarding the quality and usability of manufacturing process knowledge communicated to the design function is required for more effective and efficient new product introduction in the shortening timescales of the changing industrial environment. en_UK
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dc.subject New Product Introduction, Capability, Manufacturing Engineering, Aerospace Industry en_UK
dc.title Integrated New Product Introduction Challenges in Aerospace Manufacturing en_UK
dc.type Conference paper -

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