Webinar: React quickly to PCB production changes

PCB assembly factory

Production schedules are like intricate domino lines. As long as each piece is perfectly positioned, everything goes like clockwork. However, one small problem or change can disrupt the entire operation.

It can be challenging for electronics manufacturers to achieve that level of accuracy when dealing with small-batch customers—the unpredictable nature of their business can create ripple effects that disrupt even the most carefully constructed schedule. For example, if a customer calls and asks for a deliverable on a tight deadline, manufacturers need to consider not only whether their production facilities have the capacity to produce the new order on time, they must weigh how the rush project will impact other works in progress (WIP).

Join our upcoming live webinar on February 18: Optimize and manage the complexity of your PCB production plan>>

Setting the stage for seamless production with intelligent simulation

The demand for high-mix, low volume products is on the rise and the only way for manufacturers to overcome the challenges it presents is to become smarter, faster and more efficient in managing their manufacturing priorities.

Intelligent simulation gives electronics manufacturers the tools they need to optimize dynamic production schedules and avoid downtime and scheduling errors. By combining data from the shop floor, ERP systems and the supply chain to create a digital model of the manufacturing process, high-quality PCB assembly can be executed quickly and safely on any manufacturing line, with rapid and automated adjustments to fit changing production schedules.

Join our webinar to learn how optimizing and managing the complexity of your production plan can enable you to get more out of your resources. Discover:

  • How to intelligently optimize parameters to meet deadlines and avoid downtime.
  • How to react quickly to manufacturing challenges as they arise.
  • Best practices that can help you save hours or even days off production times.

Join the live webinar on February 18, 2021>>

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