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Appendix A: Manufacturing, Design, and Reliability
Pages 227-231

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... Machine designs are very much application-dependent, and there is an ongoing need for new electromechanical system designs either for new product development or existing process improvement. System design for an electro-mechanical machine involves mechanical and electrical control.
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... uses CAD/CAM and computer-aided support systems to describe many aspects of a product, including its cost; maintenance planning; reliability prediction and apportionment; mechanical, electric, and electronic failure modes; sneak circuit analysis; maintainability allocation; accessibility and testability evaluation; test point selections; and test sequencing. An LCE description can be built by a well-informed system designer.
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... FIGURE A-1 A computerized manufacturing procedure for nanoproducts. SOURCE: Adapted from W

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