The physical processes a project goes through after it leaves the creative area, including pre-press, printing, manufacturing and packaging.
Drugs can be produced from natural occurring substances, such as heroin from opium, or synthetically manufactured in laboratories, as with ‘ecstasy'. (See Drugs: Synthetic drugs and their chemical precursors)
The act or process of producing. Production also refers to the number of goods which are to be produced or manufactured over a period of time. It is also applied to services rendered.
activities, aimed at manufacturing of goods, which include all stages of production process, as well as sales of goods manufactured by a producer See also: manufacturing;
(economics) manufacturing or mining or growing something (usually in large quantities) for sale; "he introduced more efficient methods of production"
the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time); "production was up in the second quarter"
The process of converting and combining resources to construct, manufacture, or grow something.
The transformation of raw materials and other inputs into goods and services using a combination of factors of production.
a term generally associated with manufacturing, where materials are shaped and assembled according to a systematic plan
all activities involved in the manufacturing of products to specified requirements.
The continuous process of converting raw materials into finished goods.
The making of goods available for use; total output especially of a commodity or industry.
the creation of a substance; the process of growing or manufacturing something in large quantities.
The process of creating or changing the form of commodities, as through fabrication, manufacture, extraction, processing, curing, or aging. See also Commodity; Consumption; Industrial Revolution; Primary Commodity; Profit; Tariff Escalation; Technology; Welfare.
Phase in the design process when the final version of a product is manufactured. Production follows the design, prototyping, and testing phases.
The conversion of materials and or assembly of components to manufacture goods, products or services. The total quantity of goods manufactured or to be manufactured in a particular period of time expressed in quantitative or financial terms. (The term manufacturing is often used specifically for physical operations resulting in a product).
a) The process of converting raw materials by fabrication into required material. Production also includes the functions of production scheduling, inspection, Quality Control, and related processes. b) The processes and procedures designed to transform a set of input Elements into a specified output element. c) Work done to produce the hardware or End Items of a contract requiring manufacturing effort. d) A term used to describe the manufacture of hardware and a system after a Development phase has been completed. www.sceaonline.net Keyword(s): Production