Digital clock knowers-- Please answer!!!?

I'm writing a story and it includes a trip to a digital clock factory. (bedside clocks.) Does anyone know what happens in the factory, i.e. 'behind the scenes.' If you know, Please Please answer! I'd love it if you did! Thanks! -question001

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  • 1 decade ago
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    there are for sure one (or more) administrator that is thinking about budget plans&co, the marketing experts that are thinking about how to make their clock different from the competitors (thinking about the price-low- and/or about the quality-better-), some IT experts that follow all the production&the private net of the factory, some statistics' expert that are observing the result of the production (they are sounding the quality of the production), some technicians experts in digital clocks.. people of the warehouse..

    but it's important to know the size of that factory.. just to be more specific..

    hoping to give you a little help.. :)

  • Sangmo
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Behind the scenes, what goes on in a digital clock factory is not very different from many other factories. Assembly work is done at workstations, partially completed items are moved from workstation to workstation in sequence, eg by conveyor or trolley, the final workstations involve testing, QA and packaging, then the items are packed so many per carton, before the cartons are palleted for dispatch. In parallel with the assembly process, parts arrive in their own form of packaging and are unpacked, checked, routed to a bulk stock-holding area, and distributed as needed to the appropriate workstations, where typically a small local stock is kept. Obviously there is more but these are the main processes. It may not sound as interesting as you expected, but most factories only do one "level" of construction. Obviously the parts that are used have come from other factories, which have a different specialisation.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Lots of screwing.

    .........and probably some soldering.

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