Industrial Engineering & Management

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An Unpretentious View of Technical Drawings – Historic Evolution (Managerial Approach)


Jairo Aparecido Martins, Eduardo Jose Freire, Estaner Claro Rom

Since the very initial industrial activities along the past, industrial revolution, and until the contemporary technology level, the industrial objectives and resources roughly have being the same. The industry creates products to serve society, earning wherewithal and by using technological resources like, drawings, procedures, planning, machines, labor, tools, materials etc…. The drawing indeed is one of the most important creations of the mankind, and along the years, mainly since the industrial revolution, has become more and more important into this technological environment. Drawings per si; prescripts the technology of the company, mainly for being considered, along decades, the document which synthesize the company’s identity. This paper aims to describe historically, empirically and uniquely by the author´s views, the impact on the drawing with the more intense application of new technologies. Understanding technology as the application of new intellectual tools, machines, methods and methodologies, (3D modeling, FMEA, DFSS, Six Sigma, etc…) associated with the industry, academies and producer.


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