Cable Assembly Visualized
ProjectionWorks Simplifies the process of building wire harnesses by projecting step-by-step instructions directly onto the harness board.
Projection grants the unique ability to use rapidly reconfigurable harness boards, eliminating the need to print or store harness boards.
Remove cost for printing materials
The need to print materials to build a harness also increases overhead costs by requiring large size paper, ever increasing ink prices, and maintenance for a large-scale printer. Even on smaller scale printed drawings, these overhead printing costs quickly add up over time reducing your bottom line.
Eliminate wasted space storing harness boards
For each harness that is built, generally, a corresponding plywood board with nails is needed. Further, if multiples of each of these harnesses need to be created simultaneously, additional plywood boards with nails are required. This can very quickly fill up storage leading to more and more space being required. Unfortunately, as the storage footprint expands in your shop, your revenue generating space for harness assembly decreases.
Reduce harness rework due to human error
By breaking down the assembly process of a harness into its logical components we can improve the quality of work from the technicians in a shorter time. Projecting only the information that the technician requires for a single given task ensures mistakes will be significantly reduced and the time to build will be decreased.
Easily distribute changes to work instructions or board layouts
Changes made to a harness in ZUKEN E3.Series can be exported and subsequently imported into to ProjectionWorks for fast turn-around time to the shop floor without the need to reprint any drawings! Each subsequent time the harness is built, the new work instructions will be automatically available to the technician.
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“Now, dozens of mechanics on the F-35, P3, C5 and C-130 production lines are using ProjectionWorks 3-D technology to project assembly instructions directly onto aircraft parts. The future of aircraft manufacturing has been fundamentally altered with this new technology.”