Improve machine utilization in stamping die shop using digital technologies
Driven by emerging technologies, manufacturing ethos across the globe is transforming rapidly. Digital manufacturing is set to overhaul manufacturing practices by enabling operators to visualize, analyze, and collaboratively create products and processes definitions simultaneously. However, redefining the established paradigm is not an easy task. Owing to economic pressure, industry players are reluctant to invest in new technologies and the lack of customized vertical-specific solutions continue to impede wider adoption.
From an industry perspective, dies and press lines present themselves as critical but cost-intensive hardware. Maximizing return on investment (ROI) against these assets is crucial for maintaining a healthy bottom line. However, this would require optimizing uptime, usage, and downtime for ensuring peak productivity. Digital manufacturing tools and technologies can be leveraged in this context to monitor, analyze and inform decision makers with the most favorable options for maximizing stamping die shop machine utilization, thereby defining new boundaries for performance and efficiency.
This white paper highlights key challenges and opportunities manufacturers can begin to explore in a digitally-enabled manufacturing space. Furthermore, the paper also discusses, at length, the primary tools, and processes manufacturers can harness to streamline machine utilization.
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