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Master the Precision of the Perfect Part with Digital Part Production


Master the Precision of the Perfect Part with Digital Part Production

Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) as well as their supply chain partners are tasked with manufacturing parts and components for industrial machines. For both organizations, functionality on the shop floor is critical: parts must be built quickly while ensuring reliability and the highest quality, and they must be integrated into the larger machine while meeting high tolerance and precision needs. All this while maximizing production capacity.

Machine and Part Manufacturing Challenges

Although any amount of digitization is certainly a better approach than relying on pen and paper, a disjointed reliance on various and disconnected tools is not sustainable in today’s fast-paced, high-pressure manufacturing environments. This disjointed approach does not support rapid and cost-effective innovation and response to changing customer specifications or tolerance levels. This process is inflexible and slow, and will not allow OEMs to compete with global, low-cost providers that are leveraging advanced technologies to drive innovation, differentiation, cost competitiveness, quality and speed to market.

Digitalization Technologies that Enable Shop Floor Automation

To be successful, machine manufacturers need to fully merge their digital and physical processes. They also need to create continuous digitized communication and feedback loop to understand how each change to part design impacts the larger manufacturing process.

Join us for this webinar as we review the value of the Digital Part Production solution in greater detail and examine the three key differentiators including:

  • Highly Automated CAM – Easily re-use proven data to automate programming and optimize machining processes to deliver consistent results which improve quality and reduce time to market.
  • Synchronized Part Manufacturing – Increase operational efficiency of machine shops by using one integrated system to design, simulate, and machine parts.
  • Additive Manufacturing – Create complex geometries that would be difficult or impossible to achieve with traditional manufacturing methods. These complex geometries can create parts that are often stronger and lighter than their traditionally manufactured counterparts.

Meet our Webinar Speakers for Digital Part Production in Machinery

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Frans Adamowicz

Solutions Director for Industrial Machinery

Frans Adamowicz is Solutions Director for Industrial Machinery responsible for supporting the Industry Lead in delivering key strategic initiatives, solutions and global business development. As part of the industries team he is responsible for identifying key initiatives and developing solutions for the industry while working closely with industry leading customers and providing thought leadership on new and emerging issues faced by the machinery industry.

Siemens Industrial Machinery and Heavy Equipment Industry

Bill Butcher

Senior Marketing Manager

In his current role as the Senior Marketing Manager for Siemen’s Industrial Machinery and Heavy Equipment industry, he is responsible for delivering strategic marketing content including campaign strategy, go-to-market messaging and digital inbound content that communicates the value of the Siemen’s Digital Industries Software portfolio.