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Connecting production to your advantage

Intelligent connectivity of machines and processes. Flexible production. Adjustable factory.

Regarding a production system in its entirety, with all the process chains involved in the creation of a product, is one of the challenges of “Industrie 4.0”. Closely interlinking the physical and the virtual worlds is both a factor for success and the driving force. Companies that connect together their manufacturing processes, the related production plants, the relevant measuring technology and all system components to the best of their ability improve their capacity to compete.

At Feynsinn, we help companies to increase the efficiency and flexibility of the automation of their production plants. We ensure that their production systems become more agile and adaptable. Using our expertise, we help them to intelligently connect not just the individual steps, but the entire production process – starting with virtual and simulation-based planning, followed by implementation in machines, equipment and software systems. We ensure the synchronisation of the material flow with the flow of valuable data.

Our principle activities:

Standardisation

Introducing standards takes the pressure off designers in their day-to-day business. Routine tasks are reduced, drastically decreasing the work to be done. They ensure transparency and make development processes easier to understand.

Knowledge-based engineering (KBE)

In-house knowledge is used and made accessible throughout the entire company. On the basis of rule processing, CAD data is converted into knowledge documents (intelligent documents). As a result, recurring design stages are either fully or partially automated. This is achieved by developing CA methods and linking information sources to design features.

Automation & individual software development

Company-specific software solutions such as applications and plugins and automatic functions optimise the CAx system. Data generation and management become more flexible.

Automation & individual software development

Company-specific software solutions such as applications and plugins and automatic functions optimise the CAx system. Data generation and management become more flexible.

Integrated engineering

In order to develop fully integrated, digital system and machine models that will supply data across all systems and disciplines for the entire product life cycle, it is essential that the tools existing in the company should be connected. Information is automatically derived from the CAD system. Data continuity is guaranteed.

Virtual reality / augmented reality

VR and AR open up brand new opportunities in production development. VR technologies make the optimal spatial design and virtual inspection of a production system possible. The company management receives a sound basis for making decisions relating to the spatial planning of a factory. Augmented reality applications help the service technician with the maintenance, servicing and repair of machinery by displaying additional information in a pair of data glasses.

Mechatronic engineering

The seamless integration of machines in a single digital model makes it possible for a comprehensive digital validation of the machine and the process to be carried out at an early stage. Mechatronic engineering contributes to the consistent use of data, and reduces the time needed for commissioning.

Virtual commissioning

Virtual commissioning enables companies to test and make adjustments to a virtual machine before the actual machine is put into operation. Unforeseen errors are quickly discovered, and can be corrected in the development phase. Virtual commissioning provides material advantages: faster commissioning, higher engineering quality, lower costs, fewer risks.

Our portfolio ranges from the systematic analysis of technologies and process chains to the development and introduction of suitable methods, tools and applications for the various manufacturing processes using the appropriate assessment tools. We seek out interactions and dependencies within the production chain and derive optimisation potential: from the rough planning of the system, through detailed design and simulation, to virtual commissioning. We supply the solutions for many pressing questions. Further, we train the staff to qualify them to handle CAD systems and tools for automating manufacturing processes and production flows. Our workshops are geared to specialists who want to learn how to safely handle the necessary tools.

Advantages

  • Improves productivity and efficiency
  • Secures a competitive advantage
  • Adaptation to production processes in real time
  • Shorter production times and lower costs

Tool competence – CAx

  • CATIA
  • NX
  • 3D experience platform
  • Team centre
  • Process Simulate

 Tool competence – visualisation

  • 3DExcite
  • Adobe Suite
  • Autodesk VRED
  • DeltaGen
  • ESI IC.IDO
  • Maya
  • Nuke
  • Unity3D
  • Unreal

 Tool competence – digital factory

  • Mechatronics Concept Designer
  • Plant simulation
  • PLC Connect
  • RobotConnect
  • SIMIT

Regarding a production system in its entirety, with all the process chains involved in the creation of a product, is one of the challenges of “Industrie 4.0”. Closely interlinking the physical and the virtual worlds is both a factor for success and the driving force. Companies that connect together their manufacturing processes, the related production plants, the relevant measuring technology and all system components to the best of their ability improve their capacity to compete.

At Feynsinn, we help companies to increase the efficiency and flexibility of the automation of their production plants. We ensure that their production systems become more agile and adaptable. Using our expertise, we help them to intelligently connect not just the individual steps, but the entire production process – starting with virtual and simulation-based planning, followed by implementation in machines, equipment and software systems. We ensure the synchronisation of the material flow with the flow of valuable data.

Our principle activities:

Standardisation

Introducing standards takes the pressure off designers in their day-to-day business. Routine tasks are reduced, drastically decreasing the work to be done. They ensure transparency and make development processes easier to understand.

Knowledge-based engineering (KBE)

In-house knowledge is used and made accessible throughout the entire company. On the basis of rule processing, CAD data is converted into knowledge documents (intelligent documents). As a result, recurring design stages are either fully or partially automated. This is achieved by developing CA methods and linking information sources to design features.

Automation & individual software development

Company-specific software solutions such as applications and plugins and automatic functions optimise the CAx system. Data generation and management become more flexible.

Automation & individual software development

Company-specific software solutions such as applications and plugins and automatic functions optimise the CAx system. Data generation and management become more flexible.

Integrated engineering

In order to develop fully integrated, digital system and machine models that will supply data across all systems and disciplines for the entire product life cycle, it is essential that the tools existing in the company should be connected. Information is automatically derived from the CAD system. Data continuity is guaranteed.

Virtual reality / augmented reality

VR and AR open up brand new opportunities in production development. VR technologies make the optimal spatial design and virtual inspection of a production system possible. The company management receives a sound basis for making decisions relating to the spatial planning of a factory. Augmented reality applications help the service technician with the maintenance, servicing and repair of machinery by displaying additional information in a pair of data glasses.

Mechatronic engineering

The seamless integration of machines in a single digital model makes it possible for a comprehensive digital validation of the machine and the process to be carried out at an early stage. Mechatronic engineering contributes to the consistent use of data, and reduces the time needed for commissioning.

Virtual commissioning

Virtual commissioning enables companies to test and make adjustments to a virtual machine before the actual machine is put into operation. Unforeseen errors are quickly discovered, and can be corrected in the development phase. Virtual commissioning provides material advantages: faster commissioning, higher engineering quality, lower costs, fewer risks.

Our portfolio ranges from the systematic analysis of technologies and process chains to the development and introduction of suitable methods, tools and applications for the various manufacturing processes using the appropriate assessment tools. We seek out interactions and dependencies within the production chain and derive optimisation potential: from the rough planning of the system, through detailed design and simulation, to virtual commissioning. We supply the solutions for many pressing questions. Further, we train the staff to qualify them to handle CAD systems and tools for automating manufacturing processes and production flows. Our workshops are geared to specialists who want to learn how to safely handle the necessary tools.