Production line of metal door frames for residential and industrial use
Civil and industrial furniture
Leading international manufacturer of metal doors for residential and industrial use.
Prior to Leas's help, production was entirely manual, with work areas dedicated to various operations of welding and assembling of the metal frames. The production process was carried out on 2 product lines employing 20 people on a total area of 600 square meters.
ELEVATE THE VALUE OF THE FINISHED PRODUCT
Continuous improvement of the aesthetics and structural performance of the product.
MAXIMUM PRODUCTION FLEXIBILITY
Meeting the evolving market’s needs, without inefficiency.
PRODUCTION COST REDUCTION
Reduce the production fees, by automating the profiling lines and the assembly and welding process.
Reducing the cycle time to 60 sec. to improve the average daily production.
INDUSTRY 4.0 INTEGRATED SYSTEM
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Automation and the new process logistics system, have enabled a 30 percent footprint reduction.
The reclaimed space, together with the new elevated buffering system, helped significantly increase the capacity of the storage areas.
Daily production increased from 400 to 1,500 frames per day, working the same number of hours
Personnel costs are REDUCED BY 80%
When the tolerances we need to meet are very tight, as was the case in this project, the risk is to make automation too complex, and consequently expensive, in order to meet those requirements. But at the same time, the risks that are involved will increase. Being able to put together and simplify things is the best road to take, and it’s often the most difficult to find, but also the only one that leads to success.
Project Team LEAS
Choosing a linear automation concept
Selecting technologies and components with high added value
Simplifying the entire production process
Optimized use of automation minimizes manipulation
Cross-industry experience in multiple sectors offers innovative solutions compared to the standards adopted in the specific industry
The sustainability of the proposal from the perspective of the investment and its TCO (Total Cost of Ownership)
Single Point of Contact
A single point of contact for the project, who has all-encompassing expertise
Achievement of objectives
The achievement of the quality and efficiency goals envisioned by the customer