Vaak is het een dilemma. Om complexe producten van hoge kwaliteit te assembleren, heb je hoogopgeleide operators nodig. Maar ja, omdat hoogopgeleide operators minder interesse hebben voor repeterend werk, houden ze dat minder lang vol en ze zijn kostbaar. Hoe los je dat op?
More and more manufacturers give their customers the choice of all kinds of options to “customize” their purchase. A big plus for sales, but a challenge for production. Because how do you produce such varied orders as efficiently as possible? That is a question that Total Productivity knows how to deal with.
It's been a while, but it's back now! Taking into account the applicable rules, it was finally possible again after a long time to meet live at the TechValley Annual Event.
With an attendance of more than 70 participants, the event, which took place on October 14, can be called a resounding success.
A technical failure that shuts down the entire production process. The horror for any company in the manufacturing industry. But it becomes even more annoying if the part that causes the problems is no longer available.
Joery Brown, Manager Projects at Total Productivity shares his vision.
Total Productivity (TP) and TNO have maintained a pleasant working relationship for over fifteen years, including in the Flexible Manufacturing Field Lab on the Brainport Industries Campus in Eindhoven (BIC).
Here, supply and demand in the field of digital innovation and robotization are linked.
As part of TNO's Smart Manufacturing Industrial Application program, Alex Valkering and Hans Totté were allowed to contribute ideas at the RoboHouse during a pilot for the development of a canvas model with which the optimal collaboration and interaction between humans and robots can be determined.