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This white paper presents a repeatable action plan to help machine shops evaluate and improve their manufacturing business while making sure their CAD/CAM software and machine tools are as efficient as possible.
This six-step plan covers the following strategies, how to use them, and why they are important:
1. Where to start
Evaluating your shop's needs, performance, and exsisting assets.
2. "Post and go" thinking
Standardising your processes and ensuring the post-processors communicating with your machines are optimised for confident, efficient machining.
3. Ingraining technology
Committing to the technological advances that can come with a new workforce, and ensuring that you have a standard, continous cycle of process improvement.
4. Training as a tool
Ensuring that your software, hardware, and equipmen investments pay off quickly by making sure the workforce uses them to their full potential.
5. Maximising what you have
Researching the underused or underrecognised features of your software, hardware, and equipment to make your shop as porductive as possible.
6. Evaluate and adapt
Once going through the list, a shop should an annual schedule to revisit each question, make adjustments, and repeat the improvement cycle.
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Published: 18/02/2019 | CNC Software Inc.