Compliance can be a dry subject. It is often considered something that must be done rather than something that is fueled by desire. Learn more about viewing compliance as a way to drive digital manufacturing success.
Keeping up with new digital initiatives in the complex discrete manufacturing space today can be overwhelming. Yet Digital Manufacturing and establishing the Digital Thread in the enterprise are vital programs for long-term success.
The worst part of a software roll-out is documenting what you did. In this process-centric manufacturing world, documentation is something you have to do, your last resort, your anything-but-go-to source.
Most of our process planning authors have never taken a course or have read information about writing work instructions. Technical writing is a very different type and style of writing. More specifically, it is an abbreviated type of writing.
You can have all the fancy tools, all the simulation that shows how products could be assembled, but if your shop floor isn't working efficiently, if they don't have the right tool to build the product, those other fancy options bring you no value.
Sure, you have a lean shop and your personnel can quickly access their tools, but after that shop is lean and they are still spending time not working on product, then you are suffering from one of the top five killers of cycle time.