assembly time


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assembly time

the time taken to assemble a group of sub-components so as to create a further sub-component – or final product. Knowledge of the time taken to assemble an item allows for a better indication of the cost of the item as well as being a determinant in capacity management.
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Mayor Evelio Leonardia has issued a memorandum earlier enjoining all City Hall employees to take part in the activity, with assembly time at 5:30 a.
The bombay sorter's trays are constructed with minimal parts to reduce maintenance and assembly time, as well as to minimize spare parts costs.
They were also told to start a zero period in the morning during the assembly time to make the drive successful, but practical execution could not be made on the matter.
Proprietary vertical screw-clamp technology reduces the number of screws required for setup compared to traditional electrophoresis systems, thereby reducing assembly time.
In this paper, using selected DFA Methodology parameters, we have tried to reduce the number of parts with simplified design thereby increasing the design efficiency and reducing assembly time.
But Stephen Brooks, director of the Electoral Reform Society Cymru, indicated that the powers may have to be devolved by March to give the National Assembly time to introduce legislation in time for the next Welsh poll.
It reportedly reduces testbench assembly time for ASIC (application-specific integrated circuit) and FPGA (field-programmable gate array) design verification by a factor of up to 10 times.
By eliminating 100 percent of the fasteners and cutting part count 78 percent, they achieved an 87 percent improvement in assembly time and an exponential bump in assembly efficiency.
Recommendations: Increase glue spread, decrease assembly time, increase pressure and/or increase press time.
No welding or fabrication of the valve manifold parts was required in the field, resulting in reduced field assembly time and lower costs.
The First Minister accused his rival of unacceptable misuse of the Assembly time, tabling an urgent question then seeking a 'second bite of the cherry'.
The savings in assembly time ranged from 5% to 10%.