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in designing manufacturing systems for accurate and lean capacity and
structure as well as optimizing and testing operational capabilities.
CAD layouts and simulations are connected and developed interactively
using production data. Rationalization potentials for factory planning
and spatial arrangement of resources and transportation routes are
developed for both intra- and inter-plant operations.
Simulation supports the layout and planning of manufacturing systems of
transfer lines, flexible manufacturing systems and cellular automation
and evaluates teamwork concept alternatives for lean manufacturing
eLean software analyzes system behavior with discrete, event-oriented
simulations. The modeling process takes place graphically and
interactively and supports the hierarchical development of spatial,
functional and topological models.
The simulation's functional description can portray future production's
technical, organizational and personnel related features. A functional
based model may examine rough capacity and throughput planning, without
knowing the spatial arrangement of the equipment installations.
Functionally we examine Manufacturing, Transportation, Storage, Assembly
and Test. These elements can be combined with each other to allow the
modeling of every relevant alternative. Each application is customizable
and allows for inclusion or exclusion of specific elements. By using
various parameters the simulations are customized for each specific
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