refers to a small dimension factory able to produce small dimension products.
The term was proposed by the Mechanical Engineer Laboratory (MEL) of Japan in 1990. The micro-factory main advantages are to save great amount of resources like space, energy, materials and time.
Due to their reduced dimensions, micro-factories should be highly automated. They might contain automatic machine tools, 3 D-printers, assembly systems, quality inspection systems, material feed systems, waste elimination systems, a system to evaluate tool deterioration and a system to replace tools.
A micro-factory can also refer to a factory designed to produce flexible small batch production that can produce a wide variety of products as opposed to a single monolithic mass production type approach.
Typically the manufacturing processes of micro-factories take advantage of digital fabrication technology such as 3D printing and CNC machines in order to accomplish this.
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Module: Micro-Plant 4.0
>Build a sustainable Industry-Structure with local production and global design
The Industrie 4.0 Challenges
Creating the Local Digital Manufacturing 4.0
Indonesia: Industrie 4.0 Alignment wit Bali
The Bali Micro-Plant Mission
Micro-Plant 4.0 Vision of a new Economy
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