● Machine flexibility: When it is required to produce […]
● Machine flexibility: When it is required to produce a series of different types of products, the difficulty of processing different parts with the machine changes.
● Process flexibility: First, the ability to adapt to changes in products or raw materials when the process flow is unchanged; second, the difficulty of changing the corresponding process in the manufacturing system to adapt to changes in products or raw materials.
● Product flexibility: First, the ability of the system to produce new products very economically and quickly after the product is updated or completely turned; second, the ability to inherit and use the useful features of the old products after the product is updated.
● Maintenance flexibility: Query and handle faults in a variety of ways to ensure the ability of production to proceed normally.
● Flexibility of production capacity: The ability to operate when the production volume changes and the system can operate economically. This is especially important for manufacturing systems that are organized according to the order.
● Expanded flexibility: When production is needed, it is easy to expand the system structure, add modules, and build a larger system.
● Operational flexibility: The ability to produce a range of products and the same products using different machines, materials, and processes, and the ability to process different processes.