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Title : Kind AG - Germany
Company : NestONE Solutions
Date : 05-May-2012
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Kind AG, based in Gummersbach, near Cologne in Germany were experiencing performance bottlenecks with their previous method of producing programs, and targeted this area for improvement. Across their two sites, three different CAM systems were in operation. None of the operators each knew all of the CAM systems, causing problems when staff were away. Also, if a machine broke down, major work would be required to re-program a job for another machine.
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