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To maximize profitability in industrial machinery and heavy equipment manufacturing, you need to think about the things that could go wrong and address them upstream during the planning process, before they result in excessive costs in production. Digital manufacturing allows manufacturing engineers to find inefficiencies earlier and optimize operations – in a virtual production environment – giving you the insight and flexibility to build products right the first time.
Siemens PLM Software’s digital manufacturing software has helped leading industrial machinery and equipment companies to maximize business performance by:
You can prepare detailed manufacturing plans that link manufacturing processes to multiple machine configurations. This allows you to:
Use a range of application-specific tools to optimize part and assembly processes and production layouts:
Learn how Doosan Infracore optimized material movement and reduced logistics costs with Tecnomatix.
You can identify and correct production and quality issues in a virtual production environment prior to launch. This allows you to:
Learn how Eisenmann utilized Tecnomatix to shorten project delivery time for the New Doha International Airport automated flight service cart system.
When you connect a managed product lifecycle management (PLM) environment for design and manufacturing planning directly to shop floor systems, you can:
You can gain a comprehensive view of the factory operation to identify production issues earlier and resolve them quicker, by:
Learn how Magotteaux optimizes production processes by using Tecnomatix to integrate production and quality data with their enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.
Increasingly complex machines and highly competitive global markets require heavy equipment manufacturers to operate differently in order to respond quickly to these demands. Learn how PLM ensures time-to-market goals are met with high-performing machines.
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