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Memex memory upgrades are in high demand and in some cases for certain machines Memex is the only supplier worldwide. The Memex connectivity tools bring machines onto the corporate network are highly useful, and coupled with our machine monitoring capabilities offering exceptional increases in productivity to make customers more efficient in manufacturing.
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According to John Rattray, a senior executive with Memex Automation recently discussed Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) as a key performance indicator: “OEE Indicates whether a machine is running at optimum capacity and producing quality output and OEE measurements can help companies avoid downtime and reduce lost production…it can be applied to work cells, lines, areas, or plants.”
According to John Rattray, a senior executive with Memex Automation, “Success with Memex Products and Services uniquely increases efficiency to monitor and control machine tools. We are delighted to share immediate visibility of production status and comprehensive data collection to Wentworth Mould and Die which realize a competitive advantage.
Sébastien Caron, Plant Manager with Héroux-Devtek raved about Memex noting, “Our biggest differentiator is productivity. “We had passive OEE and now we have active OEE (overall equipment effectiveness.) The key to better productivity is not just to track performance, but to act on problems in real-time. We now have a tool to communicate to the people on the shop floor that our performance can improve. Customers can see and believe in what we’re doing to improve on time delivery. The OEE data provided improves human as well as machine-to-machine communications. We believe we can use Memex data to motivate employees with a shared understanding of how we can be more productive, and that’s what it’s all about.”
According to John Rattray, a senior executive with Memex Automation, “Our mission is to save manufacturing by increasing efficiency usually five to twenty per cent. By using our patent pending technology, we can uniquely increase efficiency to monitor and control your machine tools. OEE (Overall Equipment Effectives) can monitor ANY MACHINE in real-time; reporting on cycle time, parts produced, reject analysis, labor tracking and more, all to reduce downtime and improve efficiency for any and all machines.”
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