Proposal for the development of burn-in inline




Burn-In Inline, Modernization, Advanced Manufacturing


Advanced manufacturing promises to significantly impact the economy in various branches and industrial segments, such as metallurgy and agribusiness. Therefore, the aim is to develop a new product implemented at the company Transire, an automated system for storage in a controlled temperature environment, testing and test monitoring in real-time of its final products. Thus, this article can be considered exploratory, applied, and qualitative under the aspects of bibliographical research and case studies. Data collection was through meetings with company professionals, technical visits, and research on the importance of the topic. The results showed that the main stages of development of the Burn-In Inline were validated and that studies of production capacity associated with these developments can generate factory modernization and greater competitiveness among companies in the field


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Marcelo Maia do Nascimento, Federal University of Para

Postgraduate Program in Process Engineering


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Nascimento, M. M. do, & Leite, J. C. (2021). Proposal for the development of burn-in inline. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 9(9), 73–98.

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