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Complete TURN-KEY Solutions For Zero Defect Manufacturing

We aren’t just computer programmers helping manufacturers.  We are manufacturing professionals with programing, controls and engineering backgrounds harnessing iIoT, Industry 4.0, SCADA and manufacturing executions systems.  Our mission is to  assist you in empowering your with the necessary tools to have a transform your factory into a smart factory using digitization techniques .

We deploy four key areas to provide superior products and services for your manufacturing facility and ultimately, your customers.

Consulting Support & Service – our experts work with your team to identify and/or develop ‘Best Practices’ and enable advanced quality and productivity systems.

 

Ujigami™ Product Directed Manufacturing System – easily customized software. It goes beyond error-proofing and doesn’t require complex programing .  Ujigami™ establishes an intelligent service between your manufacturing floor and your management team.  UjigamiMES System eliminates the need for expensive programming personnel.

 

Plant Floor Error-Proofing Solutions – we work with your team and implement enhanced error-proofing and mistake-proofing solutions to ensure 100% quality and drastically improved productivity.  We harness the best MES System and integrate it with your existing or new hardware and software.

 

Installation Integration – our team works with yours to implement MES Software solutions for your facility, including training and any 3rd party coordination.

 

Zero Defects in Manufacturing is no longer a mindset but an achievable manufacturing metrics.

Harnessed Technology Zero Defect

With Ujigami and using iIoT, industry 4.0 and digitization, you can link your manufacturing operations and processes. We can accelerate your factory productivity, quality and responsiveness through system and operations traceability and transparency! Whether you are building a new facility, retooling a line or trying to get off 3rd party containment and sort.  Ujigami has a solution for you.

Using proven market-leading technology, coupled with a highly skilled, comprehensive support team that has the depth of knowledge and experience to solve your toughest challenges.

Zero Defect Manufacturing with Ujigami is your source for all your plant-floor digitization and integration needs!

This is an example of a Zero Defect Manufacturing assembly station.  A details explanation can be found here.

 

How digitization improves manufacturing capabilities

Digital transformation

Factories, like the machinery they are made of, rely on the correct adjustment and operation of their components for their good results. Manufacturing capacity is a good measure to know how “greased” a production plant is, hence we must optimize it as best as possible. Here, We give you some very practical digital tips on digitization.

What is manufacturing capacity and what is it for?

We can understand production capacity as the maximum amount of product that a line or a machine is capable of manufacturing. It is usually expressed as units produced per unit of time.

Manufacturing capacity can be flexible and can be adjusted to fluctuations in demand. However, we must bear in mind that, under conditions of maximum capacity, it is common that this is not sustainable for long periods of time or while consuming a large amount of resources. It is therefore important to find a stable and efficient capacity.

Manufacturing capacity is essential when designing a production line and its supply chain, since knowledge of it helps to define targets. In this way we will avoid delays in industrial production.

How to improve manufacturing capacity in an industrial plant?

First of all, in order to know how to improve it, we must first identify the main factors that cause losses in manufacturing capacity and on which we must act:

  • Configurations and adjustments (planned stops).Breakdowns (unplanned stops).
  • Reduced manufacturing speed (slow cycles).
  • Small line stoppages.
  • Product rejects and defective parts.
  • Defective parts that are created at the start of production.

Once these obstacles have been recognized, we are now in a position to study the various ways of increasing manufacturing capacity in an industrial plant:

  • Using resources longer, by adding shifts or working overtime.
  • Outsourcing equipment.
  • Long-term and sustainable:
  • By optimizing the use of equipment.
  • By acquiring new equipment.

Of all of them, we must pay special attention to the optimization of the resources available to us, since there is usually ample room for improvement in this regard.

This will improve our manufacturing capacity, while we save the cost, usually high, of the other proposed alternatives. This is where digital solutions can contribute a lot.