Language, Lean, and Assemby Manuals
The project consist of three parts, a descriptive and comparative study of manual assembly instructions in two flexibility level contexts, a study of language and participation in establishing a research group.
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Description of the project
The project consist of three parts: Part 1: A descriptive and comparative study of manual assembly instructions in two flexibility level contexts, performed fall 2013 together with PhD student Natalia Svenssons-Harari from Research School Innofacture Part 2: Language and Lean is a study of language used in Assembly Manuals at different lines within manufactory companies Lean tinking. Part 3: Participation in establishing a research group concerning assembly instructions, with researchers from Mälardalen University, Skövde University, and Swerea ivf.