Definition

repetitive manufacturing

Contributor(s): Todd Morrison

Repetitive manufacturing (REM) is the production of goods in rapid succession.

Goods that are created through repetitive manufacturing follow the same production sequences. Repetitive manufacturing often goes hand-in-hand with automated assembly processes. It is a useful approach when the same (or similar) products are produced over a lengthy period of time.  

Repetitive manufacturing can be used for mass production by both discrete and process manufacturers.

This was last updated in April 2014

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