The use of Knowledge Base Systems (KBS) for electronic assembly applications focuses on the problem domain of process planning. The decision making process is too qualitative and complex for traditional analytical solutions, and also the characteristics of process planning are best suited to heuristic approaches.
A key issue of importance is the assumption that the process models which support the process plans are the lowest common denominator for factory modeling which leads toward Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM).
Our process is a contemporary approach to the construction of product data structures, a process model, and manufacturing wire assemblies with the use of wire tools including automatic wire processing machines and cutters in accordance with rules that are generic to printed wiring board assemblies (PWA). The result demonstrates that such a system is capable of automatically generating process plans for automatic assembly operations. The research result is also intended to accommodate the implementation of Factory of the Future (FOF) management concepts, namely those of hierarchical control and distributed decision-making.
Automatic And Manual Wire Cutters
Both automatic and manual wire cutters can be effectively used for cutting many different types of wires. While manual wire cutters have been used for many years, automatic wire cutters are now more commonly used than manual wire cutters, and automatic wire cutters may provide some advantages over their manual counterparts.
Wire Cutters Serving Their Purpose: In every industry that wire cutters are used, wire cutters serve a different purpose. Having the type of wire cutters that are optimal for a certain application is very important, and having the right type of wire cutters for a certain job can ensure that the wires are cut smoothly and quickly.
Automatic Wire Cutters Help To Eliminate Repetitive Strain Injuries
Repetitive strain injuries, also known as “RSI”, are very common when a person performs a similar motion using the same muscles over and over again throughout the day. If a person is frequently using manual wire cutters throughout the day, the chances of eventually developing an RSI are quite high.
With the usage of automatic wire cutters, the likelihood of developing an RSI from frequent usage is almost completely eliminated.
Cutting Certain Types Of Wires
Automatic wire cutters may be better for cutting certain types of wires. Wires that contain certain materials may take a long time to cut with a manual wire cutter, and a person who is using a manual wire cutter may take much longer to cut them than they would if they had been using an automatic wire cutter.
Tungsten wires, insulated copper wires and magnet wires are just some of the types of wires that may be more easily cut with automatic cutters. There wires are exceptionally tough and durable, and they may take a long time to cut when a person is using manual wire cutters.
Different Materials Used In Wires
Certain materials, such as tungsten, titanium, tantalum, stainless steel, Inconel, Monel and palladium are excellent for many types of wires. Nickel and copper alloys are also frequently used in wires, and they are strong, durable, and excellent conductors of electricity.
Some wires and cables are also specially designed for certain applications and certain industries. These wires perform optimally for their specified applications, and they frequently provide the highest level of quality among industrial wires and cables.
It is important to know the type of wire that a person is getting ready to cut, and by knowing the material that is used in the wire, a person can choose manual wire cutters or automatic wire cutters to cut it quickly and easily every time.