Manufacturing deals with systems that include products, processes, materials and production systems. These systems have functional requirements, constraints, design parameters and process variables. They must be decomposed in a systematic manner to achieve the best possible system performance. If a micro manufacturing system isn’t designed rationally and correctly, it will be high-cost, unreliable, and not robust. For micro products and systems it is a continuously increasing challenge to create the operational basis for an industrial production. As the products through product development processes are made applicable to a large number of customers, the pressure in regard to developing production technologies that make it possible to produce the products at a reasonable price and in large numbers is growing. The micro/nano manufacturing programme at the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Management addresses these issues for products based on metal, polymers and ceramics.
|Title of host publication||East Forum 2003|
|Publisher||Technical University of Denmark|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
|Event||Optimised Electrodeposition for Modern Applications - Pulse Plating and Micro Systems - Denmark|
Duration: 5 Nov 1829 → …
|Conference||Optimised Electrodeposition for Modern Applications - Pulse Plating and Micro Systems|
|Period||05/11/1829 → …|