Pryor traceability software enables manufacturers to log every item that has been scanned and link them to assemblies or groups.
The software is ideally enabled to track individual components in huge assemblies making recall actions and tracking of quality escapes quick, efficient and cost-effective. Rather than recalling an entire fleet of products, by instantly identifying the specific product containing a possible defect component, the software ensures quick solutions to critical issues.
We have a useful guide to error-proofing and traceability that you can read here.
The software package is also ideal for getting in and out of process equipment.
Manufacturing engineers can quickly implement process crossing points to ensure that the analysis of the components, tools and other equipment are regularly performed during a process.
The process can be stopped or reported if the software analyzes that required components are not present.
Manufacturing data is essential for a modern production facility to improve quality and reduce scrap rates, rework and product recalls. Pryor software goes one step further than a traditional M.E.S. (Manufacturing Execution System) by linking manufacturing data to uniquely identified components.
Traceability is provided throughout the component manufacture and the product life-cycle, not just for materials but for all manufacturing variables that need to be monitored.
Processes and components can be scanned via permanent marks, labels, barcodes, human readable text or RFID tags.
Full data capture and reporting for any process ensures that modern manufacturing facilities are using "Big Data" to drive quality improvements.
The analysis of a component in each step of the manufacturing process allows not only to monitor the process and the traceability of the manufacturing data , but also to prevent the occurrence of manufacturing errors.
The Pryor software can easily be configured by manufacturing engineers to ensure that the processes are carried out in a controlled order. Checks are made to ensure that all necessary steps were performed before starting the next process.