Whether on existing premises or in a new building – our first step is to develop a large number of possible options. We then work together as a team to choose the most economical solution. We achieve this thanks to our CAD (computer-aided design) tools. Even in cases where changes need to be made, we can react quickly.
Our strength lies in both our tools and in our engineers’ expertise.
We use your CAD data to develop the assembly process, to evaluate it and to build the production lines in conjunction with our great partners.
We analyse your CAD drawing and consider all of the required stages of assembly. We then ascertain the assembly sequence and define the scope of each individual station. Once we have compiled this specifications sheet, we discuss it with you, so that our plant manufacturer only builds what we have defined together.
When you tell us your schedule, we need to simulate it for our processes so that we can remain in sync with you at all times. Our objective is actually to be quicker and to create a buffer wherever possible to accommodate bottlenecks.
“The sequencing isn’t right” – a common problem. The order in which items are removed is key. Our bays are always clearly defined. If not, we check the sequencing prior to dispatch to our clients. Discuss the design of your sequencing bays with us – our experience in this sector means that we can assist you here too.
We want to find out more about your needs and challenges.