Optimise the production of mechanical components and parts
The activities associated with mechanical processes enable industrial facilities to be designed and developed and for them to subsequently be implemented on production sites. The ultimate aim is to implement and optimise the production of mechanical components and units.
This activity covers several areas of expertise, including casting, machining and assembly. Consequently, various specialists, including project managers, are deployed, as are industrial systems designers, who define the layout and resources, and even process designers, who determine the production method for each component.
Business managers supervise the drafting of specifications, the selection of suppliers and purchases, as well as the deployment of industrial resources. Added to this is the expertise of various related teams: automated systems, metrology, fluid management, civil engineering, building, set-up, handling, testing and inspection, etc. Maintenance, methodology and quality, as well as production of the documentation relating to these numerous activities, all play a part.
Finally, specialists using flow simulation software, enable production cycle plans to be validated, resources to be optimised and productivity gains to be identified.