Artificial Intelligence Powers Flexibility In Digital Manufacturing

By Robert Bodor, Forbes Councils Member

Succeeding in manufacturing today requires extreme efficiency. Every step to produce parts must be optimized in order to eliminate potential errors, as well as to maximize productivity, speed and throughput. This applies to all manufacturing processes, whether filling a mold, printing a part, machining or forming sheet metal.

Digital manufacturing methods allow companies to do an end-to-end evaluation of the entire value chain and workflows before and during manufacturing. This “digital thread” runs through the operation and ties simulation, process monitoring and traceability to the physical plant. It also creates a framework for learning and process improvement rooted in…

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