1963-01-01

The Problems of Mechanization in the Military Electronics Business 630203

It is often asserted that the electronics industry has been slow to mechanize its production lines. The author admits the validity of the charge and then points out what he feels are good and sufficient reasons underlying this phenomenon.
He suggests that change is perhaps the only thing that the electronics manufacturer can depend on. How to cope with change and at the same time mechanize production is the dilemma to which the author addresses himself.

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