Manufacturing challenges

DIMOFAC is testing its solution in six factories (or pilot lines) belonging to the following companies: Albéa Services, ÉireComposites, Philips Consumer Lifestyle, VDL Industrial Modules, Schaltag.

Can you relate to their manufacturing challenges? If so, get notified when we launch our expression-of-interest call.

Reconfiguration time reduction of 50%

ALBÉA SERVICES

Cosmetics packaging

Because it produce packagings for various cosmetics with different brand identies and has to be up to speed with the rapidly changing trends, Albéa faces a high customisation demand.

However, producing a new product reference requires some reconfiguration that can last more than two hours.

Reconfiguration time reduction of 20%

ÉIRECOMPOSITES

Aerospace components

Manufacturing of aerospace components is characterised by low-volume batches (10-50 units). Currently, design and manufacturing stages are not integrated within the manufacturing chain. Therefore, the manufacturing of a new component requires a lot of manual efforts.

Reconfiguration time reduction of 30%

PHILIPS CONSUMER LIFESTYLE

Shavers

The Philips factory in Drachten specialises in the mass manufacturing of standardised personal care consumer goods. This makes it difficult to cope with low-volume batches and demand changes. Innovative solutions are needed to increase production line flexibility and bring down reconfiguration time.

Resource efficiency improvement of at least 10%

VDL INDUSTRIAL MODULES

Machines, modules and products for various applications and markets

VDL designs, assembles and produces. The combination of different manufacturing processes, the small production batches along with the associated logistics creates a multi-disciplinary chaos. Multi-level planning and the irreducible machine reconfiguration time cost a lot of time and energy.

Reconfiguration time reduction of 75%

SHALTAG

Interactive displays

Several manual processes in the factory such as labelling and quality control are time-consuming. Besides, many of the guidance instructions for workers are on paper. Digitalisation would enable the collection of production data to ensure better traceability and process documentation for quality purposes.

144 parts/employee shipped every day (vs. 120 now)

SCULPTEO

3D Printing

Several processes in the Sculpteo factory are still done manually. As a consequence, simple tasks such as unpacking and sorting need a relatively long time. Another challenge consists in refining traceability. Such a process will allow Sculpteo to realise very early if some products are defective and ensure maximum product quality.

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