Dynamic job quoting system for printed circuit board fabrication
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Richard J. Linn
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This research deals with the development of a dynamic job quotation system for printed circuit board (PCB) fabrication, which can estimate the price and completion time of a job based on customer preference and current capacity of the shop floor. The primary purpose of building a dynamic quotation system is to maximize the company's profit by quoting optimum lead-time and competitive price for the day-to-day orders received from different customers and original equipment manufacturers.
The system was developed using MS-Access relational database. Evaluating the output of the system it was observed that the dynamic system provided more reliable estimation of the lead-time needed for fabricating new jobs. The overall price quoted by the system was competitive with higher profit margin when compared to traditional static systems.
This system would therefore provide a vital link between the job quoting and scheduling system of the firm enabling better utilization of the available resources.
Alvi, Mohammed Imtiaz, "Dynamic job quoting system for printed circuit board fabrication" (2000). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1274.
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