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COMPUTER-INTERGRATED MANUFACTURING(CIM)

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Transcript of COMPUTER-INTERGRATED MANUFACTURING(CIM)

Computer Integrated Computer (CIM)
COMPUTER-INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING(CIM)
SUEYANE FREDOLIN (2014591609)
SITI SUHANA BINTI LAMSARIN (2014964095)
WANIDAH BINTI DARMAWAN (2014315147)
NURUL AFIQAH BINTI RAHMAT (2014925233)
IDRIS BIN MAJID (2014714535)


~MADAM JASMINE dAVID~
DEFINITION CIM
CIM is the integration of the of the total manufacturing enterprise through the use of integrated systems & data communications coupled with new managerial philosophies that improve organizational & personnel efficiency
DEFINITION CIM
CIM is the manufacturing approach of using computers to control the entire production process
Benefits CIM
Benefits CIM
Flexibility:
error reduction:
CIM systems require higher degrees of data accuracy to run properly
SPEED:
Assignment & reporting in a CIM environment are performed automatically & immediately without any delay involved with people-based transactions
Once operations are assigned & reported in a CIM systems, changes to various operations can also be performed more easily
INTEGRATIONS:
Factory floor operations are not integrated in non-CIM situations: manufacturing operations & material usage must be reported by humans who perform transactions
Definition
Benefits of CIM

THANK YOU
CIM combines various technologies like computer-aided design(CAD) & computer-aided manufacturing(CAM) to provide an error-free manufacturing process that reduces manual labour & automates repetitive tasks
In a CIM system functional areas such as design, planning, purchasing, cost accounting, inventory control & distribution are linked through the computer with factory such as materials handling & management, providing direct control & monitoring of all the operations
ANY QUESTION ??
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