What is automated assembly

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Author:Andreas KunzePersistent identifiers - URN:urn: nbn: de: bvb: 29-opus4-111412Persistent identifiers - DOI:https://doi.org/10.25593/978-3-87525-278-1ISBN:978-3-87525-278-1Series (Volume number):Manufacturing Technology - Erlangen (195)Publisher:MeisenbachPlace:BambergEditor:Manfred Geiger, Klaus FeldmannReferee:Klaus Feldmann, Gottfried Wilhelm EhrensteinAdvisor:Klaus FeldmannDocument Type:Doctoral thesisLanguage:GermanYear of publication:2008Date of online publication (embargo date):2019/06/07Publishing Institution:Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU)Granting institution:Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), Technical FacultyAcceptance date of the thesis:2008/02/05Release date:2019/06/11Day:Automation; Automobile; On-board network; Flat cable; Flat conductor; Handling; Mechatronics; Assembly; Door module
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SWD keyword:Engineering; Mechanical engineering; Production engineeringLength / size:160 pages, 90 pictures, 14 tablesNotes:After the transfer of rights from Meisenbach-Verlag to FAU, digitized and put online by FAU's Mechanical Engineering Office and University Library in 2019. Coordination of the series: Dr.-Ing. Oliver Circle. For more information on the entire series, see https://mb.fau.de/dissInstitutes:Technical Faculty / Department of Mechanical EngineeringTechnical Faculty / Department of Mechanical Engineering / Chair for Factory Automation and Production Systematics (FAPS)Dewey Decimal Classification:6 Technology, medicine, applied sciences / 60 Technology / 600 Technology, technology6 Technology, medicine, applied sciences / 62 engineering sciences / 620 engineering sciences and related activitiesopen_access (DINI-Set):open_accessLicense (German):Creative Commons - CC BY-NC - Attribution - Noncommercial 4.0 International