Manufacturing the Future
by V. Kordic, A. Lazinica, M. Merdan
Publisher: InTech 2006
Number of pages: 908
The goal of this book is to cover the state-of-the-art development and future directions in modern manufacturing systems. This interdisciplinary and comprehensive volume covers a survey of trends in distributed manufacturing, modern manufacturing equipment, product design process, rapid prototyping, quality assurance, from technological and organizational point of view and aspects of supply chain management.
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