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Robot Oriented Design by Thomas Linner, Thomas Bock

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3 The Role of Complementarity of Products, Organization, Information, and Machine Technology

In the manufacturing industry, in general, the integration of products, organization, informational aspects, and machine technology is the key to automated product generation and the steady increase of efficiency, product quality, and product complexity. The strong relation between those factors is outlined in detail later in this volume (in particular, see Chapter 4). The integration of these factors is also the basis for the customization, or personalization, of products, generated by automated manufacturing systems and by means of product modularity (integrated user and producer kits), organizational setups, and computer-aided closed informational chains. ...

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