segunda-feira, novembro 27, 2017

Mongo não vai por aí

Ao ler "This T-Shirt Sewing Robot Could Radically Shift The Apparel Industry" penso nos custos fixos a suportar.
"When the Chinese clothing manufacturer Tianyuan Garments Company opens its newest factory in 2018, it will be in Arkansas, not China, and instead of workers hunched over sewing machines, the factory will be filled with fully autonomous robots and their human supervisors.
Once the system is fully operational, each of the 21 production lines in the factory will be capable of making 1.2 million T-shirts a year, at a total cost of production that can compete in terms of cost with apparel companies that manufacture and ship clothing from the lowest-wage countries in the world. The factory will be one of the first to use a technology that could herald immense changes in how the apparel industry works."
Algo que não está alinhado com a tendência de Mongo, algo alinhado com o modelo do século XX.

Quanto custará uma pequena série?

Quem serão os clientes-alvo, os das grandes séries ou os das pequenas séries?

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