Process ManufacturingProduction that produces things like chemicals and raw materials with stages that add things, remove things or change things with processes such as chemical reactions. For example, steelmaking that involves continuously melting raw materials in a blast furnace.built to customer specifications. For example, a production line that produces boxes of cereal by adding 12 ingredients in 12 steps continuously. Customers are able to customize the cereal to request different formulations. For example, one customer wants 3 ingredients in their cereal and another wants all 12 ingredients. The production line automatically produces the unique cereals based on detailed customer specifications. batch or job production. For example, a snowboard manufacturer produces 12 styles of board with no art on a continuous production line. These are stocked and later then are finished with art to customer specifications.
Energy ProductionEnergy production such as a hydroelectric dam that continuously produces electricity.
|Overview: Continuous Production|
The processing of materials and parts such that they are always in a state of motion or change.