Oswego County P-TECH
What is advanced manufacturing?
Short answer is, it depends. The definition of Advanced Manufacturing will vary from one sector to another, but there are many common characteristics.
Some examples of advanced manufacturing tools and techniques:
- Conscious Raw Material Process — The raw material development should be carbon foot print friendly and brought to market in the most technologically advance way to ensure conservative energy consumption through the entire process
- Design — Computer Aided Design (CAD), Reverse Engineering, Enhanced Prototyping, and Simulations
- Planning & Control — ERP, Six Sigma, Lean, Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
- Technology — Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) equipment, Robotics, Laser, Plasma, Water jet, and other automated equipment
- Workforce — Focused on highly skilled workers and supporting continuous training
- Customer Satisfaction — Focused on relationships and awareness of customer needs and expectations
- Renew, Recycle, Reuse — The produced product will have little if any waste due to the reuse or recyclable potential of the product
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