Light Guide Systems™ Drives Better Operational and Financial Results
Our Light Guide System replaces traditional text-based, manual work instructions with intuitive, visual guidance projected right onto the work itself --- driving quality, productivity, throughput improvements and tooling cost reductions that deliver high ROI and short payback periods. Just “Light, Guide, and Go!” for step function improvement in operational and financial results.
OPS Solutions Honored as One of the 2013 Michigan 50 Companies to Watch
OPS Solutions, LLC has been recognized as one of the 2013 “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch,” an awards program sponsored by the Edward Lowe Foundation and presented by Michigan Celebrates Small Business.
Light Guide Systems™ (LGS) is a flexible, scalable, and portable product that can be applied to industries as diverse as automotive, medical, and electronics. Nearly any industry that relies on manual operations involving part selection, kitting, assembly, inspection, packaging, or maintenance to produce a high quality, low cost product can benefit from the value proposition offered by the LGS product.
As companies re-engineer operations to increase total competitiveness, efficient operator training is critical for improving quality and productivity. When implemented as a standalone, off-line training process, Light Guide Systems™ (LGS) has the unique ability to train operators on the key manual requirements of their job before they are assigned to their permanent workstation. The operator will be guided through every step of the cycle by LGS and must confirm that each step was properly completed before advancing to the next step. Utilizing LGS to self-train the new operator can reduce overall training costs in addition to measuring the cycle times and productivity trends during the critical training process.
World class companies are designing more product variation into manufacturing production lines than ever before. In parallel, these same companies are continuously improving, and rearranging, their lines utilizing lean manufacturing tools. For example, in the passenger car market, automotive manufacturers are assembling trucks and sedans on the same assembly line without requiring separate lines or factories for each model.