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Model-based manufacturing for the wire harness industry

Webinaire à la demande | 25 minutes

Develop manufacturing processes in a fraction of the time with model-based engineering

Watch this video to learn how manufacturing engineering technology provides unprecedented automation, data continuity, and change management and can help companies develop optimal manufacturing processes in a fraction of the time taken using traditional methods.

Watch this webinar to learn how manufacturing engineering technology provides unprecedented automation, data continuity, and change management. Discover how companies develop optimal manufacturing processes in a fraction of the time taken using traditional methods.

The wire harness industry represents a significant market share, with automotive sales alone estimated to reach $90bn by 2025. The industry has many complexities and yet is poorly served by technology; there is a heavy dependency on smart, experienced manufacturing engineers using basic CAD and spreadsheet tools with most processes requiring volumes of data re-entry. Challenges within the industry, such as increased competition and complexity and demand for lower prices, have caused executives to seek technology that will transform their engineering, costing, and ultimately manufacturing efficiency. This on-demand webinar explains Capital’s manufacturing engineering tool flow and the model-based manufacturing approach. This technology provides unprecedented automation, data continuity, and change management and can help companies develop optimal manufacturing processes in a fraction of the time taken using traditional methods.

Key learnings of model-based manufacturing for wire harness industry

  • What is driving the rapid changes for wire harness manufacturers
  • Why current methods can’t keep pace with these changes
  • How digitalization can transform an organization

Target audience who should watch this webinar

  • Electrical systems and wiring engineers
  • Harness designers, manufacturers, and production planners
  • OEMs and wiring suppliers