JITbase works with Canadian aerospace manufacturers in Montreal,
the world’s 3rd largest market after Seattle and Toulouse
OPS tells the operator which machine will soon require human intervention. The operator is able to get to the machine before it stops. No more cases where the machine is stopped until the operator realizes it.
Seeing the future, the operator can take breaks or plan other jobs during Lights-Out periods.
A human operator can think a few moves ahead — he can manage one or two machines efficiently. But with a fleet of machines to manage, human intuition reaches a limit.
OPS is like a computer playing chess, looking far into the future to calculate the optimal sequence of actions. Also, OPS adapts to delays and the start of new programs. The operator always knows how to manage a fleet of machines with maximizal uptime.
JITbase seeks to increase machine shop productivity while addressing the shortage of specialized labour.
Each operator effectively manages a fleet of machines instead of one or two. OPS tells the operator where to go and when, avoiding the need to constantly check the status of each machine.
Whether the machinist is experienced or not, he will follow the same optimal path. With OPS, a junior performs at the same level as an expert.
JITbase helps CNC programers identify unwanted M0 & M1 commands so they can eventually be removed.
Reduced stoppage increases Lights-Out sequences, meaning programs evolve to require less human intervention.
Compare executed programs to view how changes increase performance
“All machine-monitoring solutions out there show you how bad your production is. OPS is the tool to improve it.”