Many manufacturers struggle in the manufacturing process with having the correct data to the right person at the right time. The manufacturing information flow is more complex as authoring and collecting data continues to happen across diverse numbers of people and processes in an organization – automated or manual, it’s a challenge to bring information together. Therefore, manufacturers must leverage information into the decision-making process.
Synchronized part production provides organization and structure
When the data does not contain organization or structure, the results can be unplanned. So, data must be leveraged to make good decisions; otherwise, it leads to mistakes and waste across the entire product lifecycle – from the office in the supply chain, parts delivery, raw products, and through the shop floor, where parts are produced. Digital part production provides a forward-thinking technology solution to help machine builders be competitive in the global machinery market.
Synchronized part production is another piece of this solution, helping to achieve the highest level of parts manufacturing with improved collaboration and more efficient engineering, manufacturing, and quality processes.
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When adopting digital part production, manufacturers will engineer greater flexibility into the machines, and deliver optimum quality components with more control of the parts production process.
Advantages of synchronized part production
Conventional manufacturing is becoming outdated, while machine builders and equipment manufacturers require innovative, cloud-based solutions to share data, develop innovative products, and generate operational efficiencies.
Synchronized part production automates planning, improves control and traceability, to impact product and process quality, optimize scheduling, and organizations will reliably deliver high-precision parts.
It merges both the digital and physical processes with synchronized part production, reducing cycle time, providing productivity increases, and reducing raw material inventory.
Check out the following webinar to learn how synchronized part production can provide:
- End-to-end orchestration of integrated engineering, manufacturing, and quality processes
- Operators’ guidance for processes reinforcement and production governance
- Quality integrated into engineering processes and change management
- Real-time deviations management supporting continuous improvement processes and decision-making
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