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IJAT Vol.4 No.2 pp. 155-159
doi: 10.20965/ijat.2010.p0155
(2010)

Development Report:

Small Processing Machinery Effectiveness in Micropart Processing and Factory Construction with Desktop Production Equipment

Chiaki Endo

Takashimasangyo Co., Ltd., 5695-6 Kanazawa, Chino, Nagano 391-0012, Japan

Received:
November 24, 2009
Accepted:
February 19, 2010
Published:
March 5, 2010
Keywords:
microfabrication, polishing, small factory, desktop-size, miniaturization, production
Abstract

The effects of inertia on production facilities due to working-tool mass and gravity must be minimized for microprocessing. Compact production facilities are expected to effectively solve this problem. Examples of effective facilities include in-house desktop production platforms and high-performance factories consisting of compact production equipment.

Cite this article as:
C. Endo, “Small Processing Machinery Effectiveness in Micropart Processing and Factory Construction with Desktop Production Equipment,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.4, No.2, pp. 155-159, 2010.
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