Manufacturing Electronic Work Instruction Software – White Paper
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7 Key Insights for Bringing Digital Work Instructions to Reality
To provide context for these key insights, it’s essential to take a step back and consider the historical perspective with manufacturing work instructions.
What we refer to today as Digital Work Instructions (DWI) was originally marketed as “paperless manufacturing”. The initial forays into digitizing the shop paperwork started more than 25 years ago with expensive minicomputers, hard-wired terminals on the shop floor, and wedge bar code readers. The manufacturing control software that was the basis for paperless manufacturing was fairly limited compared to current capabilities. For example, even with the advent of the Windows operating system, the integration of text with graphical information was still very challenging.
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