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Worker Paced & Machine Paced Line Flow Processes

Compare and contrast the "Worker Paced Line Flow Process" and the "Machine Paced Line Flow Process" as relates to:

Capital use
Process speed:
Pacing
Materials requirements

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Compare and contrast the "Worker Paced Line Flow Process" and the "Machine Paced Line Flow Process" as relates to:

Capital use
In the machine-paced which comprises many dedicated technologies and materials movements systems, the capital is highly intensive. In terms of costing, the costs of the products are accumulated during the processes in which the products flow. For example, in the automobile industry, the processes might include subassembly stations these components with their material, labor, and overhead costs which are added in the succeeding processes ...

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The solution compares "Worker Paced Line Flow Process' and the "Machine Paced Line Flow Process" as each of them relates to capital use, process speed, pacing, and materials requirements. References are included.

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