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영 문 명 A Case Study of 3D Simulation for Developing Automatic Assembly Line in the Phone-Camera Industry 
저 자 Dug Hee Moon, Seung Geun Baek, Jun Seok Lee, Bing Lin Zhang, Yang Woo Shin and Young Gyoo Kim 
발행년도 2007 
발행정보 Proceedings of Spring Simulation Multiconference 2007, Norfolk, U.S.A., Vol.2, pp.90-95, March 25-29, 2007 
Keyword 3D simulation, Lens module, Assembly line, Automatic, Design 
Abstract
  Three-dimensional (3D) simulation is a core technology in virtual manufacturing (VM). It involves both mechanical simulation and discrete event simulation, which are very useful for developing a new product, equipment, or manufacturing system.
  This paper introduces a case study of applying 3D simulation technology to the development of an automatic assembly line in a Korean optical factory. This factory produces a lens module that is the part of phone-camera. 3D simulation technology is applied from the early stage of development. In the conceptual design and the initial design phased for individual equipment, 3D mechanical simulation using CATIA? and IGRIPP? is conducted. 3D discrete event simulation with QUEST? is implemented on the detailed design of the equipment and of the whole system. The focus of the simulation is to verify the economical feasibility of the new automatic system. As a result, the takt time is reduced to the quarter of the manual system, and the number of workers in a line is reduced from 17 to 1.