|Overview: Craft Production|
3 Types of Craft Production
John Spacey, updated on June 11, 2017
Craft production is the process of manufacturing by hand without automation. The term is associated with the work of skilled artisans that add tangible and intangible value to a product. The following are common types of craft production. design.batch of items by taking them through a series of steps together. For example, an artisan who produces handmade shoes in batches of 8. Each batch is taken through a series of 11 steps together that result in a finished product. different stages at the same time. For example, handcrafted guitars that are produced in 7 steps with a different artisan handling each step.
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