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Design and Construction of Aircraft Factories

The construction of aircraft, being more or less a matter of repetition, requires a factory layout to suit the order and sequence of operations necessary to complete the finished product. Practically the same problems are contained in any factory, such as food or other products, where the articles are produced on mass-productive lines. F.S. Snow

Author(s): Snow, F S

Keywords: aircraft;manufacturing;industrial buildings;daimler co ltd;de havilland aircraft factory co ltd;hatfield, herts;coventry, warks