Streamline your manufacturing continuous improvement efforts with Industry 4.0 tools
Continuous improvement is not a new concept in manufacturing. But even with so many methods and approaches, few manufacturers successfully implement continuous improvement practices.
There’s a better way.
Industry 4.0 offers a wide range of continuous improvement tools that move beyond manufacturing’s historical struggles to achieve continuous results.
In our latest ebook, discover how these tools help you break through bottlenecks and build a company culture rooted in continuous improvement—now and in the future.
The ebook covers:
- An overview of traditional continuous improvement methods and why manufacturers struggle to effectively leverage these methods
- The different types of variation in manufactuing and how they impact (or hinder) continuous improvement
- How Industry 4.0 tools, such as Braincube’s ready-to-use Advanced OI Applications, help build and reinforce a continuous improvement mindset across all teams
- Detailed case studies from multiple manufacturing sectors using Braincube for their continuous improvement efforts, including aerospace, paper and packaging, building materials, food and beverage, tires, and more.
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A global tire company rolled out Braincube to work with—not against—their existing Six Sigma approach, which was
already a supported process at the organization.
This “level up” mindset empowered them to minimize waste by 35% on their target process, plus other benefits.