Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Benefits and Application for the Roll Forming Industry Metalcon 2008 Andy Allman President AMS Controls. Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM).
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Benefits and Application for the Roll Forming Industry
CIM “integrates production, administrative, and support functions in a manufacturing firm by tying together separate automated systems and minimizing administrative and manual functions.”
Managing part specifications
Tracking job completions
Tracking coil usage
Enforcing material selection
Tracking operator performance
Recording scrap generation
Tracking machine performance through OEE
Coordination of all related equipment (machine setup, part and bundle printing, packaging equipment)Scope of CIM for metal building production:
= 100 entries/day
99.9% data-entry accuracy rate
= 1 error every 10 days
Available Production Time
7 hours/day, 240 working days = 1680 hours
$1.00/ft material cost, $1.60/ft net selling price
$15/hr total labor cost
OEE = .20 x .95 x .98 = 18.43%
Output = 1680 hrs x 200 fpm x 18.43%
= 3.7 million feet of good productFinancial Impact of Capacity Increases
Productivity information is used to:
Management buy-in is critical!
What information is important?
Best methods to view & analyze data: