making very large quantities of the same product
Large volume production of the same basic product or product line based on the type and timing of demand and facility design and capabilities, which can be for either finished goods or lower level items.
The process of producing a certain item in large amounts. The product is usually manufactured on an assembly line, which splits the production process into stages, thus making it faster and more efficient. Highly specialized machinery and people perform only one part of the process at different stages of the production line.
an assembly process whereby a large number of identical products are produced (p. 68)
The manufacture of a product on a large scale.
the production of large quantities of a standardized article (often using assembly line techniques)
The manufacture of products of uniform quality in large quantities.
a system used to manufacture a large number of uniform products in an assembly line.
mass production refers to the process of manufacturing in the world outside school where products are made in there thousands. This requires the use of machines as well as people. Increasingly people are being replaced by machines that are computer controlled and can work 24 hours per day without rest.
making goods on a large scale, using specialization and technology.
High-quantity production characterized by specialization of equipment and labor. See: continuous production.
Assembly line fabrication of frame or sub-frame component to form a perpendicular type of building frame.
Mass production (also called flow production or repetitive flow production) is the production of large amounts of standardized products on production lines. It was popularised by Henry Ford in the early 20th Century, notably in his Ford Model T. Mass production permits very high rates of production per worker, allowing the high-volume manufacture of inexpensive finished goods.
Mass Production was an American funk/disco musical group, best known for their 1979 hit, "Firecracker". Based in Richmond, Virginia, the ten-piece group had a series of minor R&B hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s.