Process Development & Protoyping
Would you like to optimize your production processes? Do you have solutions, but don’t know how to implement them quickly? Do you lack the opportunity to test new processes under realistic conditions? Manz is there for you, as a trustworthy, innovative development partner.
Process development and optimization
Manz can analyze your current and future production challenges and develop custom solutions for them.
Taking a complex look at materials, systems technology and process management, our specialists in six core technologies can quickly make processes successful — both new processes and those that have been tried but did not work well.
Moreover, we can perform complex process data evaluations and visualize them clearly – with the aim of automating and documenting reliable, reproducible and efficient processes. In the spirit of industry 4.0.
Prototype development & feasibility studies
At our worldwide development sites, we can perform feasibility studies and develop prototypes to manufacture small unit runs semi-automatically and under realistic production conditions. We can provide feedback to actively support your product development process.
That is because designing a product early for automated production is crucial to its economic success.
Through the intensive collaboration of our specialist teams with the customer, process experience is gathered and the processes are quickly made ready for mass production.
If necessary, for a limited time end products can be produced at our sites on 24/7 shifts to support market introduction programs or to produce large batches for statistical process control that verifies the processes and equipment.
We are accustomed to maintaining strict confidentiality. This allows you to innovate while maintaining your head start on the competition.
We make mass production equipment at our production sites in Europe and Asia, depending on expense and characteristics. With our networked purchasing, logistics and equipment production, we can deal with challenging ramp-up schedules.