The 3 pillars of Manual Production Systems from Rexroth

Content

The main concern of modern production is to avoid waste. The Manual Production System (MPS) from Rexroth have been developed strictly in line with aspects for lean production , enabling simple and fast planning and implementation of lean production installations.

The demands on modern, lean production are more than just focusing on individual modules. In fact, an integrated system with a uniform implementation concept comes to the forefront. At Rexroth, this concept is reflected by the MPS philosophy.

 
 

Products

Based on the three pillars of the Manual Production Systems covering workstations, material supply and linking, you can create, for example workstations, as well as entire production lines, that can be quickly adapted to your work content and executed in an extremely efficient manner and avoiding waste in line with "lean" principles.

more on lean production

Services

Rexroth will guide you throughout the entire lean production process. Using our MTpro planning software, we assist you throughout the entire implementation process.

more on MTpro

 

Processes

The MPS philosophy is rounded out by Rexroth's internal processes. Short delivery times and process flexibility enable you to make your thoughts on lean production a reality without any waste.

more on lean production

ESD Protection

Electrostatic charges develop as a result of electric charging that is generated by friction on various materials or by induction in electric fields. They can then discharge at the workstation and damage or destroy sensitive components.

Rexroth's ESD program offers a large selection of products to protect your products from damage caused by electrostatic discharge.

more on ESD protection

 

Ergonomics

An ergonomic workstation design plays a decisive role in reducing waste during production. From an ergonomic aspect, the main focus is on the worker. This is why these workstations are designed to fit each worker and not the other way around.

more on ergonomics