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An international multi-billion-dollar manufacturer of critical parts for the aerospace and defense industries wanted to increase investment casting mold production by optimizing the throughput of the shell making process.  The manufacturing team wanted a tool to quickly simulate and report the results of a potentially unlimited number of candidate continuous improvement projects.  SIM Technologies created an easy-to-use user interface for the customer to enter the varying parameters of the complicated process including demand by job number and day, system load and unload times, conveyor speeds, dip and dry cycles times and changes in the control logic.  For each scenario, the simulation provided:

  • Throughput capability and Station utilization
  • Station queue sizes
  • Total process time by job type
  • A listing of the operating parameters associated with each scenario
  • The average, maximum, and minimum time in each queue
  • The average, maximum, and minimum number of jobs on all the conveyors used in the system
  • The day each job was completed

This software tool allows the user to let their customer’s know the day their respective parts will be completed with a very high degree of confidence.

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SIM Technologies Corporation has successfully completed a software system for a large systems integrator to allow them to simulate and optimize proposed production systems for their customers to ensure the customers are getting the optimal and most cost effective production solution. The simulation/optimization software is currently being used to show a customer how a proposed multi-million dollar system has been optimized to meet the customer’s forecasted production requirements
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SIM Technologies Corporation has been awarded a contract by a large systems integrator to develop a software system to allow them to simulate and optimize proposed production systems for their customers to ensure the customers are getting the optimal and most cost effective production solution.
TOYOTA
SIM Technologies Corporation has been awarded a contract to provide engineering consulting services to develop and conduct an analysis of the vehicular traffic flow for internal supply chain in and around the West S Lane dock operations at Toyota’s Canada production facility (TMMC).
SIM Technologies Corporation has developed a prototype software package used to simulate and optimize vehicular traffic flow for the current/planned interstate and roadway systems
SIM Technologies Corporation has been awarded a contract to provide engineering consulting services to incorporate mulitple enhancements in the development of the computer simulation model used to optimize Alcoa’s IGT Shelling processes located in Normandy, France.
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SIM Technologies Corporation has started developing Artificial Intelligence algorithms to be integrated with it’s simulation/optimization software programs!  There will be more to come soon!
SIM Technologies Corporation has been awarded a contract to provide engineering consulting services to simulate and optimize a production system for UTC Aerospace Systems Singapore operations.
TOYOTA
SIM Technologies Corporation has been awarded a contract by a large systems integrator to optimize an existing production system
TOYOTA
SIM Technologies Corporation has been awarded a contract to provide engineering consulting services to develop and conduct an analysis of the vehicular traffic flow for internal supply chain in and around the weld operations at Toyota’s Mississippi production facility (TMMMS).
mazak
SIM Technologies Corporation has been awarded a contract to upgrade the Flexible Manufacturing Simulation System (FMSS) software to include up to 16 machining centers in a cell. This software is used to optimize and finite schedule Mazak’s Palletech Machining Cells.
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SIM Technologies Corporation has been awarded a contract to develop a computer simulation model used to optimize Alcoa’s IGT Shelling processes located in Normandy, France.