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DFM (Design for Manufacture) and NPI (New Product Introduction) play a crucial role in the PCB design process. DFM analysis provides designers with instant and effective feedback on the manufacturability of their designs, leading to time and cost savings for prototypes and new product introductions.

 

The NPI process ensures a seamless transition of design to production, guaranteeing the effective manufacturing of new products. Adopting a collaborative approach and leveraging advanced technologies, an NPI strategy optimizes the production process, preserving schedules and budgets. This approach empowers companies to gain a competitive edge by swiftly launching innovative products to the market.

New Product Development (DFM/NPI)

Valor NPI

Valor NPI reduces the number of re-spins by an average of 57 percent using design for manufacturability (DFM) technology, thereby providing time and cost savings. This means that manufacturing issues can be identified and corrected early in the process.

 

Valor NPI works with any major PCB design software and makes expert knowledge about manufacturing and assembly processes accessible in the new product design flow, showing that integrating Valor NPI technology into the PCB design process prevents costly re-spins and enhances product quality. This not only saves time and money but also reduces risks and optimizes material usage.

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Konu/Ürün

Digitalisation is a key concept to help manufacturers implement lean and agile manufacturing processes and is critical to your long-term success. Our APS solutions targeted at electronics manufacturers provide a suite of tools that help planners, manufacturing line operators, and management to work together to optimise production processes within the digital enterprise to increase efficiency and flexibility, and decrease time-to-market.

Solution Capabilities

Advanced Constraint Modelling

Model advanced resource and inter-operation constraints including limits on the time between operations and if they can be extended.

Advanced Schedule Optimisation

Define additional manufacturing schedule optimisation rules to minimise changeover times, account for preferred sequencing, and campaigning.

BOM Level Planning

Calculate the impact of proposed purchase requirements from asset planning BOMs and export to an ERP system, Excel, etc. for action as needed.

Interactive Schedule Visualisation

View, search, and interact with schedules to track progress of orders, assess production performance, and provide up to the minute work-to-do lists.

Make-To-Order Planning

Evaluate effects of future demand changes and quickly assess if it is possible to meet new requirements of your manufacturing operation.

Operations & Detailed Scheduling

Implement closed-loop scheduling between the production planning and MES systems with detailed scheduling based on business rules and on real-time information about equipment status and capabilities.

Order Based Multi-Constraint Scheduling

Create order based manufacturing schedules and apply rankings or weightings to prioritise the orders. Base schedules on availability of resources, additional constraints, and the materials required.

Advanced Material Handling

Implement customer-specific rules to account for how materials are to be managed and consumed

Assembly Process Visualisation

Visualise the production process from raw materials through to finished goods and sales orders, including material dependencies to help identify where shortages will occur.

Development Environment

Access and alter the database schema as required to solve specific scheduling problems and create custom data manipulation tools for use with the workflow engine.

Interactive Schedule Visualisation

Display the master machine's Production Schedule as stock and capacity graphs. Easily edit it and visualise the changes reflected in linked plots and grids.

Make-To-Stock Planning

Generate accurate and achievable master production schedules (MPS) considering rough cut capacity, pack forward figures, target days of stock cover, manufacturing preferences, minimum and re-order quantities, re-order multiples and product shelf life. Production capacity can be specified as a quantity, duration or weight. By using the Preactor calendar system capacity, production capacity can be varied over time. The capacity available then limits the production volume created in each period.

Solution Capabilities

Digitalisation is a key concept to help manufacturers implementing Lean and Agile manufacturing processes and is critical to your long term success. Our APS solutions targeted at Electronics Manufacturers provide a suite of tools that helps planners, manufacturing line operators and management to work together to optimize production processes within the digital enterprise to increase efficiency, flexibility and time-to market.

  • Model advanced resource constraints and advanced inter-operation constraints including limits on the time between operations and if they can be extended.

  • Implement customer specific rules to account for how materials are to be managed and consumed.

  • Define additional manufacturing schedule optimization rules to minimizing changeover times, account for preferred sequencing, and campaigning.

  • Visualise the production process from raw materials through to finished goods and sales orders including material dependencies to help identify where shortages will occur.

  • Calculate the impact of proposed purchase requirements from asset planning BOMs and export to an ERP system, Excel, etc. for action as needed.

  • Access and alter the database schema as required to solve specific scheduling problems and create custom data manipulation tools for use with the workflow engine.

  • View, search, and interact with schedules to track progress of orders, assess production performance, and provide up to the minute work-to-do lists.

  • Display the Master machine Production Schedule as stock and capacity graphs. Easily edit it and visualize the changes reflected in linked plots and grids.

  • Evaluate effects of future demand changes and quickly assess if it is possible to meet new requirements of your manufacturing operation.

  • Generate accurate and achievable master production schedules (MPS) considering rough cut capacity, pack forward figures, target days of stock cover, manufacturing preferences, minimum and maximum re-order quantities, re-order multiples and product shelf life.

     

    Production capacity can be specified as a quantity, duration or weight. By using the Preactor calendar system capacity, production capacity can be varied over time. The capacity available then limits the production volume created in each period.

  • Implement closed-loop scheduling between the production planning and MES systems with detailed scheduling based on business rule sand on real-time information about equipment status and capabilities.

  • Create order based manufacturing schedules and apply rankings or weightings to prioritize the orders. Base schedules on availability of resources, additional constraints, and the materials required.

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