Centralized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
CMMS helps maintenance teams carry out jobs more efficiently and helps organizations keep track of the regular maintenance of their equipment and assets. CMMS can easily keep a centralized record of all assets and equipment that maintenance teams are responsible for, as well as schedule and track maintenance activities and keep a detailed record of the work they’ve performed.
Work Order Tracking
Manage Spares Inventory
Record Asset History
Effective Asset Management minimizes life cycle asset costs while maximizing profitability and performance continuity. The Asset Management module provides a centralized tool for securing, managing and versioning of assets across your entire facility with limited oversight.
Change Management and Version Control
Tool Management System
Overall production efficiency is not only dependent on the capacity and capability of the assets, but also on the tools used by the assets and the operators. A tool management system is almost a prerequisite for effective production operations for every manufacturer. Developed to monitor and to smooth out the flow of tools on the shop floor and in the tool-room, our tool management system is capable of managing the tooling inventory, standardizing the setup of tooling, selecting the optimal conditions for each tool of each operation as well as planning the tools for scheduled production operations.
1. Master Tool List
- * Create a master list of tools and their parameters such as tool ID, dimensions, material, supplier and minimum inventory quantity.
- * Maintain list of assets with the tools required for each asset.
2. Track Tool Life
- * Set number of cycles a tool can perform (preventive maintenance) and provide alerts when nearing the limit.
- * Can forcibly stop machines from running if tool exceeds specified cycle limit.
- * Track tool rework and total tool life using a closed-loop tool failure response system and failure analysis.
3. Tool Inventory – Using barcode / RFID, track tool location in the value chain. Track history of the tool such as assets which used it and repair / reworks performed on it.
4. Tool Planning
- * Monitor tool breakage, tool issue and tool replacements.
- * Proactively plan tool rework and replacement for an asset’s tools.
- * Assign specific tools to assets based on production orders.
- * Proactively plan tool procurement based on current inventory and production requirements.
5. Cavity / Die Management – Keep track of the specific blocked cavities.
6. Tool Poka-Yoke (Error Prevention) – Ensure that the right tools are used as specified by the Production Orders. Stop the machine from running if wrong tools are loaded.
7. Maintain Tool History – Track the life cycle of the tool from purchase to scrap, including usage, shelf life, modifications, rework and repair instances.