The focus of this year’s Fastems OPEN HOUSE event is on the topic: “Lot size independent manufacturing costs – that’s how it’s done” and will take place from 5 to 6 June at Norbert Kempf CNC Technik GmbH in St. Ingbert (Saarland), Germany.
A production operation in which unit production costs are entirely independent of lot sizes?
The people who come to the Open House event at Fastems can see this in practice. And there are good reasons why this year is the first time that the event isn’t being held at the Fastems Systems head office in Issum, but at Norbert Kempf CNC-Technik GmbH in St. Ingbert (Saarland). The entrepreneur Stefan Kempf working in cooperation with Fastems has produced what is probably a unique solution which completely automates setup changes of his machines so that setup change costs have been eliminated once and for all. During the Open House you will have the opportunity to experience this unique solution up close.
Another novelty relation to production costs which are independent of lot sizes is the presentation of the Fastems RoboCell ONE. This flexibly configurable robotic cell enables virtually uninterrupted and thus highly automated production, even with a high parts mix.
Visitors to the Open House event can not only look forward to seeing pioneering automation solutions, there’s also an attractive range of fringe events including interesting presentations. For instance, keynote speakers include Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Bauernhansl, Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (Fraunhofer IPA) in Stuttgart, and Dipl.-Ing. Michael Lickefett who heads up the Factory Planning and Production Management department at Fraunhofer IPA.
Running alongside the event there is an exhibition of partner companies.
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