What is ENGINEERED CAPACITY?

Capacity, as defined as the capability to produce a certain amount of end-product or provide a specific amount of end-service. Applied to a constructed factory, production line, process, or machine to theoretically or by-design to have a specific capacity. Refer to true capacity.

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