The webinar covered an in-depth look at features related to Quality Management with the Metronomo system. Among others, these topics were covered:
Management of the documentation part, such as nonconformities, corrective and improvement actions, vendor rating and archiving of all related documents;
Interconnection of vision machines to the system, also in view of Enterprise 4.0;
Creation of control plans applicable to different production stages;
Recording and archiving of all control cards completed by operators;
Advanced statistics and creation of XR cards and CP CPK indexes;
SPC stations with automatic acquisition of detected measurements;
Management of operator skills and training.
Webinar participants thus discovered how to plan internal and external processing steps quickly and dynamically. In fact, the Quality module is fully integrated with the Metronomo MES system present in production and allows controls to be managed directly on the machine. It is therefore possible to program control alerts according to a given frequency, displaying them on the terminals in production or directly on the light boards in the department. In the event of a control failure within a certain set time, the system automatically alerts you.
Production planning with Metronomo.Net
The webinar discussed how Metronomo.Net's production planning, via the Scheduler module, allows production orders to be scheduled at finite capacity.
Webinar participants discovered how to plan internal and external processing steps, quickly and dynamically.
With Metronomo.Net's MES 4.0 modules, updating forecast end dates will be automatic, thanks to the monitoring of production resources.
MES Systems: Molding, Turnery, Machining, Automotive
Our webinar delved into the use of Manufacturing Execution System (MES) systems in the Molding, Turnery, Mechanical Processing, and Automotive industries. The objective of the webinar was to think about MES systems as an enabling technology for Industry 4.0.
Durante il webinar sono state fornite indicazioni di natura generale e strumenti utili ai nostri Clienti, a tutti gli operatori del settore e agli interessati a tematiche quali il Piano 4.0, i sistemi MES, la lean production, il collegamento macchine, la schedulazione e la qualità.
Participants in the webinar were able to expand their knowledge and also to learn more about the capabilities, modules, and applications of our software Metronomo.Net.
Impact and operational benefits of MES systems from a 4.0 perspective. Introduction to Lean Production
The webinar delved into the necessary requirements that an MES system must necessarily have in order to be compatible with Industry 4.0. Various types of MES systems were explained and the main production systems by order and by warehouse were analyzed.
The webinar also offered an overview of Lean Production, presenting pros and cons of this approach in manufacturing companies.
Participants in the webinar were able to expand their knowledge and also to learn more about the capabilities, modules and applications of our software Metronomo.Net . General guidance and useful tools were provided for various topics of interest, including Plan 4.0, MES systems, lean production, machine linkage, scheduling, and quality.
Monitoring Machines with Metronomo.Net
The main topic of the webinar was production monitoring from a 4.0 perspective. It discussed how to monitor Machines with Metronomo.Net: an inclusive project of 4.0 machines and those already in operation at your company.
By connecting machines and planning production, you can keep track of your company's production progress at all times, automatically and at a glance, as information will be displayed in real time allowing you to analyze various efficiencies (cycle times, piece counts, downtime, etc.)
During the webinar, guidance of a general nature and useful tools were provided to our Customers, all industry professionals and those interested in topics such as Plan 4.0, MES systems, lean production, machine linking, scheduling and quality.
Collaborative Robotics and Machine Tending Solutions
The webinar discussed how improving productivity throughout the department is possible by entrusting cobots (the collaborative robots) with hazardous, repetitive and low-value-added jobs, moving materials, products and equipment in an automated logistics flow.
The webinar was an opportunity to learn more about the uses of collaborative automation: improving working conditions, greater efficiency in the production process and simplification in operations with objective and tangible benefit.
Automation examples and solutions were reported, in particular:
The differences between Cobots and Robots
Typical applications of Cobots
Kassow Robots Models Presentation
CN machine servicing with collaborative robotics
Mecmatica services to evaluate your application
Cobot solutions apply to machine tending, pick & place, painting, machine servicing, injection molding, packaging and palletizing.