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Content Standard and Objectives

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Combine components into subassemblies

and final products.

Producing Products

Describe the five major activities that occur in

the manufacturing area (planning, control,

plant engineering, quality control, and

material processing).

Describe the similarities and differences of

custom, intermittent, and continuous flow

techniques.

Develop an operation flow chart.

Develop a flow process chart (operations,

delays, etc.) for a product.

Construct jigs/fixtures required for a

manufacturing run.

Apply intermittent (job lot) production

techniques to prepare standard stock for a

continuous flow production, using appropriate

jigs and fixtures.

Apply continuous flow production techniques

to produce a finished product using

appropriate jigs and fixtures.

Compare and contrast the prevention (SPC) and the detection (inspection) system of quality control.

Impacts

Discuss several social changes brought about by technological developments in the manufacturing industry.

Explain how our economy is affected by

developments in manufacturing systems and

give examples.

Describe positive and negative implications

that various manufacturing technologies have

had on the environment.

Discuss a variety of future developments in manufacturing and their possible effects on society, the economy and the environment.

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