INFORMATION SYSTEM DESIGN PROCESSES FOR ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING SYSTEMSAuthor: Joseph C. Su et al.
Company: Endicott Interconnect Tech.
Date Published: 9/26/2004 Conference: SMTA International
This paper provides an overview of the hierarchical decisions that must be addressed in the manufacturing domain. The main design and implementation issues associated with the information systems in the domain of electronics manufacturing are discussed. The unique characteristics of high-end electronics manufacturing such as a rich product mix, the need for constant changes in process settings, and process flows impose many design constraints. This paper focuses on these challenges and presents a system to resolve the same. The system, known as the Tool Load Planner (TLP), can be integrated with the existing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system for planning the load at various workcenters.
Keywords: Tool Load Planning, Advanced Planning and Scheduling, Leveling and Smoothing
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