Ease Electronic Work Instructions remove the headache from all types of production and servicing documentation.
Ease Electronic Work Instructions gives manufacturing and process engineers the ability to create manufacturing and service plans for any product or process and deliver them instantly to operators or other users via computers or mobile devices.
Electronic Work Instructions greatly improve your efficiency – operators spend more time doing the job they are trained to do, and less time looking for documents, waiting for instructions, or correcting mistakes created due to document version control problems. Learning curves and mistakes are reduced and usage is readily available for instant analysis.
The Ease platform supports nearly any type of process document, whether you use work instructions, process documentation, computer-aided process planning, standard operating procedures, job instructions, or method sheets.
Information from virtually any source can be inserted, including routings, CAD drawings, video, graphics, work standards, ergonomic assessment and analysis, tooling, job aids required, material and parts lists, MSDS forms, HACCP’s, control plans and FMEA’s.
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Reduced Planning Time
Manufacturing engineers can generate work instructions faster and with greater accuracy, ready for immediate distribution throughout the shop floor.
Improved Data Collection
Ease Electronic Work Instructions support in-process checks and audits. Users can confirm, acknowledge, measure, record, and pass/fail process steps. Data collection is launched directly from the platform, and the operator is alerted when entered data is outside specified limits or where supervisor sign off is required.
Easily distribute and present documents quickly to anyone, anywhere – whether in your building or on the other side of the globe.
Shop floor operators always see the latest work instructions, with easy to understand graphics and images, text, and other reference documents including quality standards.
Shared Reference Documents
Work instructions are managed in the Shared Reference Document Library, which allows for full visibility into your indexed document inventory, and allows you to maintain control of every revision. Historical integrity is maintained for each document, giving users clear access to past changes.
Support for Lean Manufacturing
Ease Electronic Work Instructions neatly combine the many aspects of standardized work into one accessible area, including cycle times, production sequences, methods, operator procedures, work instructions, quality control checks, safety issues, material plans, optional WIP, and layout.
With Electronic Work Instructions, users can react quickly to engineering or other changes. If a MCR is approved, engineers can easily update and distribute new work instructions.
Work Instructions created using computer aided techniques increase the productivity of the manufacturing engineering department and allow even more time for improving the manufacturing process and overall quality.
Track revision history of all documents with built-in flexibility to restore archived revisions.
Microsoft Office Integration
Leverage built-in reference document templates using Microsoft Word, Excel or Powerpoint.
Global Document Management
Create a central library for production and servicing plans with routings, CAD drawings, video, graphics, work standards, ergonomic assessment and analysis, tooling, job aids required, material and parts lists, MSDS forms, HACCP’s, control plans and FMEA’s.
Multi-tier designed release control of revised documents.
Electronic Work Instructions can be accessed by virtually any computer or mobile device.