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Production Engineering and Cost Keeping for Machine Shops (Classic Reprint)

Production Engineering and Cost Keeping for Machine Shops (Classic Reprint)

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Our purpose in this book has been not only to bring practical assistance to the production managers, foremen and cost accountants of machine shops, but to give the higher executives a knowledge of the best in shop management practice, so that they may judge how effective are the methods used by their subordinates. The principles and practice here recommended have been developed in the course of years of actual installation of improved production, engineering and cost keeping systems in metal trades plants. They have thus been well tested and proved.

Of course no system, however successful in one shop, can be taken over into another shop in its entirety. There must be intelligent adaptation. But the underlying principles are widely valid and the specific procedure here set forth should prove suggestive of better policies and methods. They should give more production and cheaper production.

Our aim has been to tell why and how at every step and to state the case in language as non-technical as possible. For this reason the book should prove a valuable manual of instruction and inspiration to under-executives all down the line.

In the first part of the book, production planning methods are described as concretely as possible. The proposals of this portion of the text should apply with slight modification in the majority of shops.

This is also true of the part of the book dealing with cost keeping methods. Those here described should fit fully ninety per cent of American machine shops; the very large shop will want more detail, perhaps; the very small shop may get along with less. But it should be possible for an executive of judgment with a little thought to fit all the suggestions to his needs.

We are indebted to the following members of our organization for help in preparing this book: B. M. Maynard, Geoffrey Stevenson, F. A. Smith, W. S. Powers and T. D. Nevins.

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