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|국 문 명|
|영 문 명||Implementation of 3D Simulation for Developing Lens Module Production Line|
|저 자||Dug Hee Moon, Xu Te, Jun Seok Lee, Jun Yeob Song, Young Gyoo Kim and Cheng Song|
|발행정보||Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Information and Management Sciences 2007, Lhasa, Tibet, China, pp.311-318, 2007|
|Keyword||3D simulation, lens module, production line, automatic, design|
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 production 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 IGRIP® 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 tremendously reduced.