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- PREMIER MANUFACTURING COMPANY
«Once you have everything output into NCSIMUL, you can change things around. You can put in a different fixture if you want, you can move your clamps. That’s really valuable.»
William Gillin | Machine Shop Supervisor
- MCSA SIPEM
«We speak the same language as the team at SPRING. They are shop floor people. They know our job and our constraints, their tools prove it.»
François Pytel | Digital Process and Programming Manager
NCSIMUL MONITOR returns machine status, either manually from the NC console or automatically. It delivers native support for OPC, the international interoperability standard for industrial automation.
This means that a machine's status can be reported in real time with details of output, failures, downtime, setups, etc. This data can be used to generate activity reports in table or graph form to enable specific situations to be analyzed and more efficient production planning. Status reporting also enables the execution of quality scenarios and more sophisticated supervision processes. Interfaced with an ERP or Production Management package providing links to work/planned orders, the module provides feedback on productivity rates (OEE*, ORR*, EIRR*) in a single click.
* Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE), Overall Rate of Return (ORR), Economic Internal Rate of Return (EIRR).