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Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a manufacturing project engineer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of manufacturing project engineer resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.7% of manufacturing project engineer resumes contained facility as a skill. Let's find out what skills a manufacturing project engineer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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1. Facility

high Demand

A facility is a location where different operations take place. For example, military and athletic events take place in military and sports facilities. In a nuclear test facility, physicists focus on nuclear research. We can use the word to refer to structures, buildings, and resources that individuals offer for a specific function. Shopping facilities, for instance, are locations where we can purchase goods. Medical facilities may refer to either medical devices or a physical structure. A facility can be used to describe an installation or any other building which is a location where something can be done. It can also be an example of a commercial or administrative building such as a resort, school, office facility, sports stadium, or convention center.

Here's how Facility is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Provided training for multiple new facilities.o Key implementation goals include Continuous Improvement and meeting the operational needs of the facility.
  • Performed duties traveling internationally as Boeing representative to support Boeing Canada Technologies at the Winnipeg facility performing as M.E.
  • Developed and implemented various cost-saving strategies throughout entire facility and planned for new product introduction.
  • Maintained the calibration and preventative maintenance system for all equipment in the production facility.
  • Supported engineers on the transferring of products from design organization to Singapore manufacturing facility.
  • Redesign and plant layout of Dallas facility for implementation of lean manufacturing concepts.
  • Resolve production, tooling, and engineering problems in major manufacturing aircraft facility.
  • Achieved successful start up of manufacturing facility to meet production deadlines.
  • Developed a complete facility maintenance program for all supporting equipment.
  • Manage facility and operations related projects from design to implementation.
  • Designed facility and equipment layouts.
  • Managed a facility rearrangement project.
  • Design tooling for OEM facility as well as to support, consult, and design tooling for two sister facilities.
  • Improved safety and material flow into the plant and prepared the facility for higher build rates.
  • Work with outside vendors to build production tools and equipment to implement into the facility.
  • Managed the manufacturing engineers of the manufacturing facility in Singapore for the various product lines.
  • Lead, design and construct a Control Room facility for the USP water system.
  • Appointed by Senior Management to a task force for creating a new manufacturing facility.
  • Worked in a team that planned a new facility in Mexico.
  • Supported high volume manufacturing lines in a GMP device facility.

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2. Project Management

high Demand

Here's how Project Management is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Coordinated with appropriate Manufacturing, Engineering and Project Management Personnel to develop root cause and implement corrective actions.
  • Direct Custom Manufacturing and Project Management functions for Northern California Region and provide structural engineering.
  • Provided project management leadership in the following areas with no capital expenditures.
  • Project management responsibilities for acquiring injection molded component process and packaging equipment.
  • Perform project management on new machine procurement and installation.
  • Project Management of Oracle Manufacturing modules implementation: Purchasing, Inventory, Order Entry, Bills of Material.
  • Drive projects using Project Management skills and the teamwork for the projects that I am launching.
  • Project management and customer interface between the Japan engineering team and the US-based car builder.
  • Experienced in Agile project management, product revision control, electronic ECO generation/approval & SAP.
  • Develop project plans, schedules, and equipment requirements, to manufacture new robotic systems.
  • Created and implemented project management plans for prototypes, pilot builds and production ramp-ups.
  • Project management of plant equipment upgrades, retrofits, and service contracts.
  • Completed both beginner and advanced project management training through PM Alliance.
  • Project management of model change and new programs.
  • Project Management of SBS Flight Operations software.
  • Demonstrated ability to design for manufacturability, project management, and implement quality standards.
  • Project Management for medical device, electromechanical and semiconductor capital equipment products.

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3. Cost Reduction

high Demand

Here's how Cost Reduction is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Cost reduction, quality improvement, output improvement and new product/process introduction programs.
  • Organized efforts between manufacturing and design engineering on cost reduction projects.
  • Determined re-design for cost reductions and generated drawings for selected redesign.
  • Implemented substantial cost reductions through process and design improvements.
  • Supported plant cost reduction programs and reduced manufacturing costs.
  • Identify opportunities for process improvement and cost reduction.
  • Designed tooling for significant process cost reductions.
  • Established standardization, cost reduction protocols.
  • Project Improvements and Cost Reduction for construction grade door and insulated patio door lines through capital justification for production line improvements.
  • Managed cost reduction programs resulting in over 40% product cost reduction and total annual savings in excess of $750,000.
  • Project Lead for the Leads Final Pack configuration modification as a VIP with a cost reduction of a 76%.
  • Achieved yearly cost reduction goals through continuous improvements efforts, design changes, component replacements or re-sourcing.
  • Conceived and implemented, or participated in $1,295,000.00 worth of cost reductions during FY '91-'92.
  • Utilize P-MAP and FEMA on powder paint product line for process improvement and cost reduction projects.
  • Provided time management studies resulting in 143% improvement in productivity and improved cost reduction.
  • Procure competitive quotes on purchased components and work with existing suppliers on cost reductions project.
  • Managed projects for cost reductions in both speeding up production and reducing materials cost.
  • Support production start up, process improvement, waste reduction and cost reductions.
  • Achieved $125K cost reduction by successful completion of automating testing procedure project.
  • Implemented new CMM for Gear Cutter tooling, $150K cost reduction.

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4. CAD

high Demand

Here's how CAD is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Performed all CAD work, using SolidWorks and AutoCAD, including mold design, tooling design, floor plans, etc.
  • Created, maintained and updated CAD drawings of parts, assemblies and floor layouts.
  • Complete basic machine design modifications as required with 3D CAD capability.
  • Complete 3D CAD design and fabrication of fixture & jig tooling.
  • Developed PCBA Visual Aides using Circuit CAM and CAD data.
  • Updated plant machine layout using Auto Cad 2007.
  • Work in close relation with industrial designers, electrical engineers and marketing teams to create CAD electro-mechanical parts and assemblies.
  • Import & analyze customer's CAD data and create shop drawings using SolidEdge & Solidworks CAD software.
  • Transitioned Magnaflow from 2D to 3D CAD Modeling.

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5. Capital Projects

high Demand

Here's how Capital Projects is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Proposed and managed capital projects up to $1M for automation and equipment additions and upgrades.
  • Work with capital projects on the implementation of 13 new and repaired molds.
  • Develop and managed design, schedule and budget for capital projects.
  • Plan, organize, and manage capital projects.
  • Manage large and small manufacturing plant capital projects.
  • Manage and scoped capital projects.

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6. Continuous Improvement

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Continuous improvement is an ongoing process of improvement of products, services, and processes with the help of innovative ideas. It is an organized approach that helps an organization to find its weaknesses and improve them.

Here's how Continuous Improvement is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Implemented and refined manufacturing processes by applying continuous improvement, Lean and Six Sigma manufacturing principles through all areas of production.
  • Conduct internal quality audits and lead continuous improvement initiatives on manufacturing floor.
  • Provided manufacturing / assembly support including support for continuous improvement process.
  • Worked on multiple continuous improvement and lean manufacturing teams.
  • Lead continuous improvement projects along with daily production support.
  • Develop future project deck for continuous improvement.
  • Provide technical and engineering support and recommendation for the continuous improvement of the plant's facilities, equipment, and products.
  • Performed Methods Time Measurement(MTM) study to set standard time of operations and to identify continuous improvement opportunities.
  • Process Lean Six-Sigma optimization and continuous improvement, scrap and waste were reduced by forty percent in six months.
  • Instructed a 12hr company training class on SPC/Continuous Improvement for both technical / non-technical & factory personnel.
  • Reduced scrap by 4% and increased plant utilization by 3% by implementing continuous improvement methods.
  • Lead continuous improvement teams in the Kepner-Fourier (K-F) analysis and root cause verification process.
  • Study, analyze, and refine company processes and procedures, implementing a continuous improvement philosophy.
  • Quote, Create, Schedule, Process, and Continuous Improvement of Repeat Work Orders.
  • Perform continuous improvements to X-Ray system design to reduce assembly time as well as cost.
  • Lead continuous improvement efforts aimed at meeting cost, quality & cycle time objectives.
  • Focus on continuous improvement throughout the design, manufacture and assembly tryout process.
  • Led special / continuous improvement projects within the factory.
  • Lead continuous improvement activities on the shop floor.
  • Associate Quality Engineer - Quality Improvement Group Provided monthly updates on continuous improvement opportunities to various upper management groups.

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7. Aerospace

high Demand

Aerospace refers to the physical science focusing on designing and developing, testing, and producing systems that aid in navigation to space or traverse through the earth's atmospheric zone.

Here's how Aerospace is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Conceptualized and developed fabrication processes along with innovative tooling designs for complex Aerospace applications.
  • Supported leading manufacturer of aerospace blind fasteners.
  • Directed technical activities for multi-million dollar production programs involving Advanced Composites for Aerospace applications.
  • Gained expertise in vacuum furnace brazing, rotary swaging, wire harness layout and other aerospace component assembly processes.
  • Direct engineering activities from concept through production for aerospace, automotive, OEM industrial and military government new product development programs.
  • Lead project engineer for aerospace assemblies.

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8. Product Quality

high Demand

Product quality is the basic element of a business. It means to add features in a product or service in such a way that it meets the needs and wants of the customers. Enhancing the product quality also means improve the goods from any existing defects to ensure customer satisfaction.

Here's how Product Quality is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Designed and developed quality control gauges to assist production in detecting non-conformance, allowing early product quality alerts.
  • Leveraged Six Sigma methodologies to drive improved manufacturing line output while simultaneously improving product quality.
  • Increased production unit availability and improved product quality through OEE via Six Sigma methodology.
  • Designed and validated in-process tooling to verify product quality and comply with FDA requirements.
  • Performed mechanical testing and analysis to verify product quality and design qualification.
  • Designed off-line urethane mold handling systems to reduce labor costs, increase product quality, and optimize remaining work areas.
  • Lead teams in reducing labor times and cost while improving product quality through LSS methodology.
  • Supported ISO 9000/QS 9000 teams to maintain product quality and company policies.
  • Designed equipment to improve product yields, product quality and improve safety.
  • Analyze and perform process changes and redlines to different products to improve product quality and lead time.

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9. Sigma

high Demand

In Greek alphabets, sigma is the 18th letter that means "to sum up". In statistics, the lower case symbol of sigma is the unit of measurement for standard deviation which is used to assess the variability in a given set of data. While the upper case symbol is for summation notation means to add up all the given numbers in the data set.

Here's how Sigma is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Provided Technical Engineering support through projects utilizing Six Sigma techniques and World Class Management Objectives.
  • Correlated in-house manufacturing capabilities with client specifications and Six Sigma principles.
  • Played a proactive role in the management and direction of 3 different Six Sigma & Reliability Projects.
  • Cross-trained engineering groups using Six Sigma DMAIC to improve overall performance of assembly system.
  • Solved quality issues with root cause analysis and Six Sigma DMAIC.
  • Project was accepted towards Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification.
  • Used TQM / Six Sigma methodology to resolve this issue.
  • Led several successful Six Sigma design and problem resolution efforts.
  • Improved process & manufacturing quality by using 6 Sigma Methodologies.
  • Participated in and completed Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training.
  • Use Lean & Six Sigma, Kaizen, and SPC to facilitate continuous process and yield improvement.
  • Experienced with Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing Methodologies, Kaizen events and ISO 9001 Quality Systems.
  • Participated in implementation of Lean techniques A3, 5S, Kanban and Six Sigma projects.

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10. Customer Requirements

high Demand

Here's how Customer Requirements is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Coordinated changes, created documentation for manufacturing in accordance with customer requirements.
  • Developed dimensional requirements to meet customer requirements.
  • Served as main technical liaison between client and company design team, ensuring drawings properly reflected customer requirements and design changes.
  • Assist with the efforts of to understand gaps in both the product portfolio and customer requirements.
  • Create process plans and cost estimates for customer requirements.
  • Developed tooling for a revolutionary machining project through translating R&D and customer requirements into commercially viable products.

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11. Assembly Line

high Demand

Assembly line is a process used in industries to ensure the production of products in a cost effective manner by dividing up the responsibilities of each labor. Assembly lines enabled industries to hire more workers, therefore providing more employment opportunities to labors. This is possible because in this process the burden of all the tasks related to production are not laid on a single person, they are divided into small baby steps for each labor.

Here's how Assembly Line is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Provided engineering direction on Automotive Seat Recliner assembly line tooling and cell nest setup.
  • Pioneered variable height lift systems that raised and lowered complete assembly line, enhancing worker comfort and producing more output.
  • Set up new assembly lines, created work instructions, performed PPAP batch run and operator training2.
  • Create and revise Process Sheets, PFMEA's, Process Flow Diagrams and Assembly Line Layouts.
  • Design and implement new assembly lines for most efficient assembly operations of satellite dish antennas.
  • Formulated floor plan layout for new machinery to enable smooth operation of the assembly line.
  • Designed cell assembly lines for new products that produced 600 computer chassis an hour.
  • Transformed an electronics assembly line from batch into a 1-piece flow process.
  • Performed Validation Studies, Reports and Protocols for Assembly Lines.
  • Conceived of and introduced a modular assembly line conveyor.
  • Applied Lean principles to reorganize a shutter assembly line.
  • Prepare layout for all shop floor assembly lines.
  • Planned new lean logistics processes for assembly lines and supply chain (Kanban, Just in Time).
  • Led the process development and manufacturing engineering effort for the MPX multi-fiber-ferrule cable assembly line.
  • Give suggestions to improve assembly line process and save costs by reducing the regrind amount.
  • Reduced manufacturing time by 10% by improving Assembly Line efficiencies.

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12. CNC

high Demand

CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. It is a subtractive manufacturing technique that usually uses computerized controls and machine tools to strip layers of material from a stock piece.

Here's how CNC is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Developed CNC programs and setup drawings utilizing Pro/Engineering and Pro/Manufacturing software for machining centers, lathes and flexible manufacturing cells.
  • Used advanced GD&T, engineering calculations, and CNC machining knowledge to design fixtures for:.
  • Created CNC program Macros using Bravo NCG software for reducing programming time in the machining of valve discs.
  • Determined and assigned equipment to be used, designed tools and fixtures, wrote and debugged CNC programs.
  • Developed a system that reduced CNC mill setup time from an average of 4.25 hours to 6.50 minutes.
  • Program CNC 5-axis router to trim final product using teach pendant, G codes, or BobCAD.
  • Led capital project that installed a $3.2 million, 5-axis CNC mill-turn to process crankshafts.
  • Managed the lens milling operations on 4 and 5-axis CNC lens milling machines.
  • Implemented new tooling, CNC equipment, automation to increased productivity and efficiency.
  • Designed and developed quick change fixtures and tooling for CNC machining operations.
  • Calculated cost justifications for CNC turning, milling, and balancing machines.
  • Quote manufacturing and assembly of various CNC machined components and assemblies.
  • Reduced set-up time for the CNC Turret and Plasma machines.
  • Design and build fixtures related to CNC 5-axis router.
  • Trained new operators on the CNC striker systems software.
  • Experience producing SLA, CNC and other concept models.
  • Created production CNC programs using Master CAM 9.
  • Operated CNC machine to manufacture the flashlight.
  • Programmed and operated a 5-axis CNC router.
  • Programmed, troubleshoot CNC equipment.

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13. R

high Demand

R is a free software environment and a language used by programmers for statistical computing. The R programming language is famously used for data analysis by data scientists.

Here's how R is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Applied statistical methods to manufacturing disciplines including X-bar and R charts, process capability studies and problem identification/solving activities.
  • Increased R factor from R-6 to R 30, translating to greater energy savings and roof integrity.
  • Created a new test program for the launch of the R Series Product.
  • Led gage R and R s, capability studies, and machine run-offs.
  • program with X and R bar charts for the lathe turning cell.

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14. ISO

high Demand

Here's how ISO is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Coordinated department activities necessary to achieve and maintain ISO 9001 certification compliance.
  • Selected as an official Echelon internal auditor during Echelon ISO certification.
  • Install and maintain Total Productive Maintenance System to help improve machine reliability and conform to ISO 9000 requirements.
  • Review and update Preventive Maintenance procedure for each equipment, documenting all important papers required for ISO Audit.
  • Follow the procedure, Job Instructions and specifications according regulations of ISO 9000 or quality department.
  • Key member of Operations ISO 9001-2000 implementation team.
  • Developed visual Standardized Work Instructions Implemented changes and processes for to become ISO 13485 certified.
  • Implemented ISO and Best Practices, along with process and workflow improvements.
  • Performed risk analysis in accordance with ISO and cGMP requirements.

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15. Procedures

average Demand

Procedures are the established ways to perform a certain task. It is like an action plan for a team to perform their duties. It's like a map that can save one from being confused or roaming about while attempting to achieve a goal. When an organization uses procedures, it promotes positive practices and sets a good precedent

Here's how Procedures is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Supported Production by improving production line configuration and by providing operating procedures and safety instructions for new equipment.
  • Audited manufacturing process and quality inspections operations to assure compliance with procedures and quality system requirements.
  • Supervised and trained operations and maintenance personnel in sterilization, production, and cleaning procedures.
  • Improved quality by defining detailed process procedures and control plans for significant build quality characteristics.
  • Identified and Implemented efficiency and quality improvements to corporate standard operating procedures.
  • Reviewed and revised process sheet dimensions and quality assurance check procedures.
  • Trained personnel in new or revised manufacturing and reworks procedures.
  • Train all required personnel on manufacturing procedures and process.
  • Updated procedures, generated assembly drawings and production routers.
  • Composed assembly method procedures for shop floor manufacturing.
  • Developed procedures for assembly of printing press components.
  • Designed machining fixtures and written process procedures.
  • Performed verification procedures of robotic welding stations.
  • Established quality control standards and inspection procedures.
  • Developed all manufacturing standards and procedures.
  • Prepared procedures for ISO9002 certification.
  • Applied fish charts and spreadsheets to solve complex problems what is not covered by standard processes, procedures and methods.
  • Assist in the review of project proposals or plan; help determine time frame and procedures for accomplishing project.
  • Trouble-shoot, revise and define rework instructions and create process work instructions and process procedures for cable harnesses assemblies.
  • Developed production plan and fully updated standard operating procedures and bill of materials to comply with the upgrade.

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16. Solidworks

average Demand

Here's how Solidworks is used in Manufacturing Project Engineer jobs:
  • Recommended improvements to Process Sheets and Work Instructions for assembly associates using SolidWorks software.
  • Provided support for new equipment design and procurement utilizing SolidWorks.
  • Operated CADKEY and SolidWorks design software to increase manufacturing and quality of mechanical products by utilizing advanced designs.
  • Supervised various processes used in manufacturing and fabrication of windmill parts and translated 2D drawings into SolidWorks models
  • Design and simulate manufacturing equipment using SolidWorks to represent key design characteristics and ensure safe design.
  • Led Design Engineers and Technicians to develop simple and effective product manufacturing methods using SolidWorks.

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Online Courses For Manufacturing Project Engineers

One of the best ways to acquire the skills needed to be a manufacturing project engineer is to take an online course. We've identified some online courses from Udemy and Coursera that will help you advance in your career. Since manufacturing project engineers benefit from having skills like facility, project management, and cost reduction, we found courses that will help you improve these skills.

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New Product Development - develop your own new product
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An effective process for conceiving, developing and launching new products or services is critical to becoming competitive in most industries. This course includes key concepts like new product development strategy, types of product development strategies and steps. This course involves (a) Organizational integration of the work of functional specialists, industrial designers, and other key participants within the firm. (b) Reducing the time-to-market while meeting cost and quality targets. ...

Managing Major Engineering Projects
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Accelerate your career by improving your project management skills. This Specialization delivers a rigorous exploration of the best practices for planning and delivering these major engineering projects. You'll learn about the measures of success, how to resolve challenges of governance and typical financing approaches of these projects. If you are an engineer or a project manager and you aspire to get involved with major engineering projects, or you are already working on one, then this Special...

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Engineering Project Management
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Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design and Manufacturing with Fusion 360
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Project Management Applications
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Major Engineering Project Performance
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Autodesk CAD/CAM/CAE for Mechanical Engineering
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Customer Insights: New Product Development Orientation
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20 Most Common Skill For A Manufacturing Project Engineer

Facility12.7%
Project Management11.3%
Cost Reduction5.3%
CAD5.1%
Capital Projects5%
Continuous Improvement4.8%
Aerospace4.3%
Product Quality3.4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Manufacturing Project Engineer

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
Facility
Facility
12.7%
12.7%
2
2
Project Management
Project Management
11.3%
11.3%
3
3
Cost Reduction
Cost Reduction
5.3%
5.3%
4
4
CAD
CAD
5.1%
5.1%
5
5
Capital Projects
Capital Projects
5%
5%
6
6
Continuous Improvement
Continuous Improvement
4.8%
4.8%
7
7
Aerospace
Aerospace
4.3%
4.3%
8
8
Product Quality
Product Quality
3.4%
3.4%
9
9
Sigma
Sigma
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Customer Requirements
Customer Requirements
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
CNC
CNC
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
R
R
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
ISO
ISO
2%
2%
15
15
Procedures
Procedures
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Solidworks
Solidworks
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
Engineering Design
Engineering Design
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Engineering Projects
Engineering Projects
1.4%
1.4%
19
19
Shop Floor
Shop Floor
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Engineering Support
Engineering Support
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
DOE
DOE
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Production Processes
Production Processes
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Kaizen
Kaizen
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Capital Equipment
Capital Equipment
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Assembly Instructions
Assembly Instructions
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Product Development
Product Development
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
New Equipment
New Equipment
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Production Schedules
Production Schedules
1%
1%
29
29
New Product Introduction
New Product Introduction
1%
1%
30
30
Catia
Catia
1%
1%
31
31
BOM
BOM
1%
1%
32
32
Design Reviews
Design Reviews
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
DFM
DFM
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
Value Stream
Value Stream
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
OEE
OEE
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Product Design
Product Design
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
Fmea
Fmea
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Design Changes
Design Changes
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
SPC
SPC
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
PLC
PLC
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
MRP
MRP
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Apqp
Apqp
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Engineering Drawings
Engineering Drawings
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
FDA
FDA
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
New Projects
New Projects
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Business Process
Business Process
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
ERP
ERP
0.4%
0.4%

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