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In today’s complex manufacturing environments, for each piece of product data there can be as many as one thousand (or more) pieces of manufacturing data. The need to deal with ratios such as this requires the use of a data-managed environment in order to achieve success in efficient process development and deployment. For the manufacturing engineer, process planning is the method by which the necessary relationships are formed between products, operations and resources within the various areas of the production facility for the proper delivery of an optimized manufacturing system. In addition, because no engineer works alone, work must be executed in a collaborative environment in order to obtain the efficiencies necessary to meet project timing.
Process Designer allows you to evaluate manufacturing alternatives, coordinate resources, plan for multiple product model variants, implement changes and estimate costs and cycle times, all while in the very early stages of conceptual planning. A broad range of applications allow you to define and verify product assembly sequences, create assembly line layouts, estimate and allocate the required time for each operation, assign manufacturing features, track resource utilization, and analyze product and production costs.
Process Designer provides you and your colleagues with the ability to collaboratively plan, analyze and manage manufacturing processes for entire facilities, lines and single operations. Using object-oriented technology, corporate libraries of resources and operations, manufacturing best practices and proven experience, you can create optimal processes and accommodate multiple product variations, faster than ever before.
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