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The Boeing 777 Project
Transcript of The Boeing 777 Project
Lloyd Concept The 777 project is the most exciting Boeing concept since William Boeing and Conrad Westervelt started the Pacific Aero Products Company in 1916. The next year becoming the Boeing Airplane Company.
The Boeing 777 concept is to create the worlds first completely digitally designed long range twin engine airliner. Boeing 777 The 777 project is the most exciting Boeing concept In Boeing history
The 777 concept is to create the worlds first completely digitally designed long range twin engine airliner. Challenges
Eliminate The “I” for a “We” mentality
Ready as needed parts and equipment
Reduce cost by 25% while reducing defects by 50% Solutions
Customers involved in the design process.
“Working together concept”
THE RIGHT PLANE for THE RIGHT MARKET at the RIGHT TIME
Using CAD to reduced non-comformance parts by 50%.
Computer generated 3-D environment that is available to all team members simultaneously. By: Cyrus 132,500 parts
3,000,000 fastners 1.5 million dollar Everett hangar renovation
State of the art moving assembly line. 1.5 million dollar Everett hangar renovation
State of the art moving assembly line. Business Case and Project Charter By Melissa The Boeing 777 will be the first plane to be entirely designed using 3D CAD and manufactured using pre-assemble units to modularly build the aircraft Key Constraints (time, cost, and quality) Cost/Benefit Analysis
The return on investment is $144.1 million. Risk Evaluation Criteria
Probability Rank Description
High Greater than 50% probability of occurring
Medium Between 25 – 50% probability of occurring
Low Less than 25% probability of occurring
Impact Rank Description
High - Delay the delivery of the Aircraft beyond June 2012
Medium - Delay the delivery of the Aircraft beyond September 2012
Low - Delay the delivery of the Aircraft beyond December 2012
Impact Rank Description
High Could lose contracts
Medium Could reduce future orders Project Charter by John Product description and Deliverables Scope and Acceptance Purpose/ Business need Synopsis Initiation Approach Project Management Const
raints Assumptions Constraints Presented by: Lloyd Management Leassons