What if each of your parts could tell you its entire story, starting with the coil and ending with the finished part in detail? Some would explain to you why they were not formed because they had already been sorted out as blanks because they did not meet the material specification. Others, again, would show you how they became good parts by special adjustment of the machine parameters.
Schuler's Track and Trace links data and information to the component. The system marks each part with its own ID, which can be read out again. All important information on this ID is stored in a database. In this way, it is possible to subsequently check which coil the component came from, which parameters were present during the forming process, and which quality characteristics it has. Schuler Track and Trace has direct access to the line control and thus to a large number of parameters.
Causes of defects can be identified as soon as possible to minimize scrap, prevent plant malfunctions and increase your productivity.
As material prices rise and qualities fluctuate, the investment in track and trace pays for itself within a very short time. In addition, you can document your production without gaps.
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Convince yourself of the advantages of Track and Trace:
End-to-end, plant-wide solution for the press shop from coil to finished part
Increase of the overall equipment effectiveness
Increase in part quality and reduction of scrap
Defects are identified fast and precisely
Target-oriented actions for defect prevention
Full connectivity to customer ERP/MES
Open data interfaces to customer analytics or AI solutions
Closed control loops possible through bidirectional communication between machines and track and trace