Subjects related to Manufacturing System Laboratorium are :
• PRODUCTION PROCESS
Production Process consisted of several steps (both mechanical and chemical) in creting an object, usually repeated to create multiple units of the same item in manufacturing system. It involves the use of raw materials, machinery and manpower.
Objective(s): Course participants have the knowledge about technology and process to understand how a product is made through manufacturing processes.
Objective(s): Course participants understand the important aspects in the maintenance system management and the type of approach that is currently used in the industry.
• PRODUCTION PLANNING AND INVENTORY CONTROL (PPIC)
Production planning is almost exclusively seen in manufacturing environments. It is primarily concerned with the efficient use of resources. It is a term assigned to the planning of production in all aspects, from workforce activities to product delivery. Meanwhile, inventory control is a big part of production planning Inventory control can be comprised from inventory of a finished product or inventory of materials used in making such products.
Objective(s): Course participants are able to analyze, design, implement and evaluate an integrated production planning and control system by controlling information flow, scheduling of production resources and internal processes, resulting a high quality product with optimal time and cost.
• PLANT LAYOUT DESIGN
Objective(s): Course participants are able to design the layout of a plant based on constraint and optimum goals.
• PRODUCTION SYSTEM
Production system is one of Manufacturing subsystem that includes all functions required to design, produce, distribute, and service a manufactured product. Kanban is chosen as the production system. Kanban (かんばん(看板) is a scheduling system for lean and just-in-time (JIT) production. It is not an inventory control system; it is a scheduling system that helps determine what to produce, when to produce it, and how much to produce.
Objective(s): Course participants are able to analyze, design, implement and improve the performance of an operation system, especially with significant impact to the long-term strategic goals of the organization to produce the right product for the customer.
• LEAN OPERATIONS
Basically, Lean manufacturing is a manufacturing strategy that seeks to produce a high level of throughput with a minimum of inventory or waste. In addition to eliminating waste, lean manufacturing seeks to provide optimum quality by building in a method whereby each part is examined immediately after manufacture, and if there is a defect, the production line stops so that the problem can be detected at the earliest possible time.
Objective(s): Course participants are able to understand the concept of effective manufacturing process.
• MANUFACTURING FACILITIES PLANNING AND ANALYSIS
A reconfigurable manufacturing system is designed for rapid adjustment of production capacity and functionality, in response to new circumstances (e.g., changing product demand, producing a new product on an existing system, or integrating new process technology into existing manufacturing systems) by rearrangement or change of its components (e.g machines and conveyors for entire production systems, mechanisms for individual machines, new sensors, and new controller algorithm).
Objective(s): Course participants are able to understand the concept of manufacturing facility analysis and planning and the differences compared to models of manufacturing system and supported with laboratory work.
• MANUFACTURING SYSTEM
Objective(s): Course participants are able to understand manufacturing system concept that converts raw material into valuable products and its implementation, including product design activities, process and facilities, and technology used to create competitive products.
• QUALITY SYSTEM
Objective(s): Course participants are able to design a quality improvement system that able to do assurance and improvement of continuous product and process quality based on the fact (number) using mathematical (statistical) method with world’s quality standard consideration.
• INTRODUCTION TO MECHANICS AND ELECTRONICS IN FACTORY
Objective(s): Course participants understand basic concepts from engineering mechanics and also can identify various factory facilities based on prime movers and electric power.
• INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING MATERIALS
Objective(s): Course participants are able to explain the scope of engineering materials, types, characteristics and processing of materials for engineering applications.
• INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
Objective(s): Course participants understand about the Industrial Engineering Discipline scope and contributions, which includes concepts, methods, and tools and how it relates to each other in service or manufacturing industry.
• SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING AND INNOVATION
Objective(s): Course participants are able to understand the relation between manufacturing system and the concept of sustainability and innovation.