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By Johan C. Wortmann, D.R. Muntslag, P.J.M. Timmermans

Customer-driven production is the most important proposal for the manufacturing facility of the longer term. The markets for customer items are these days marked by way of a rise in type, whereas even as displaying progressively lowering product life-cycles. furthermore, tailoring the product to the customer's wishes is changing into more and more vital in caliber development. those traits are leading to creation in small batches, pushed via client orders. Customer-driven Manufacturing adopts a design-oriented procedure, splitting the realisation of customer-driven production into 3 major steps. to start with, you want to comprehend the first means of your online business. the second one step is to examine and re-design the administration and keep an eye on of the supplier. ultimately, the organisation's details method has to be analysed and redesigned.

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Consequently, in the future, particularly the rapid transformation of new ideas into prototypes (first-of-a-kind) and related manufacturing equipment will offer opportunities to achieve profits in the field of serial and mass production. To meet these challenges, industrialised nations need to aggressively pursue advanced manufacturing technologies as well as take into account major organisational breakthroughs driven by advances in information and communication technologies. To specify the needs of future production systems, the industrial nations must define their future role in the context of an increased globalisation and distribution of labour and production facilities.

With respect to capital investment goods, the constantly growing customer requirements for technically advanced capabilities and easeof-use are leading to increased product complexity and uniqueness. The same tendencies are apparent in the area of luxury goods due to the increasing requirements for distinctive functions. Because current "Rapid Prototyping Technologies" (RPTs) such as Stereolithography (SLA) , Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) and Laminate Object Manufacturing (LOM) are limited in the range of materials, they are not suitable for building a one-of-a-kind product (a "final prototype") which can be used.

The best shape for a customer driven business process is horizontal. 5 CONCLUSIONS Value-adding customer driven manufacturing is a great challenge to industrial companies. Fundamentally, the keys towards better performance are • appropriate strategic positioning • increasing speed in supply chain operations • improving quality in products and operations. The necessary characteristics of the team members in value-adding customer driven manufacturing are • • • • multiple skills ability to perform simultaneous tasks (multiple team membership) ability to identify and solve improvement opportunities ability to work in a team.

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