03 - Quicker Steel Drilling

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03 - Quicker Steel Drilling

Postby cross » Thu Nov 15, 2007 11:47 am

http://www.dbp.org.uk/cs/DBP00070.pdf

A tool is only as good as the workman who uses it.

A simple change in the layout of holes, produced a significant time saving in the manufacturing process.

Do you understand your tools.

Is the design and manufacture process linked?
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Re: 03 - Quicker Steel Drilling

Postby Chris Achilles » Tue May 20, 2008 11:11 pm

cross wrote:http://www.dbp.org.uk/cs/DBP00070.pdf

A tool is only as good as the workman who uses it.

A simple change in the layout of holes, produced a significant time saving in the manufacturing process.

Do you understand your tools.

Is the design and manufacture process linked?


The biggest problem is designers and detailers have usualy spent little time on the shop floor. The old type of training with a few months in each department is invaluable. This seems to have died a death over the last decade because of commercial pressures!
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