camLine forum 2018

September 19th, 2018
09:00 – 19:00

LineWorks SPACE UGM 2018

September 20th, 2018
08:55 – 12:15

CS UGM 2018

September 20th, 2018
13:15 – 16:45

Welcome

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Agenda

Bertrand Loy
President and CEO
Entegris, Inc., USA

camLine forum
9:15 – 9:45

Entegris’ mission is to offer unique performance and yield enhancing process solutions for the most advanced manufacturing environments worldwide.

Our primary market is the semiconductor industry. Our business model is centered around close collaboration with industry technology leaders as we develop advanced materials and contamination control solutions to increase next-generation semiconductors’ performance, cost and reliability.

As the industry continues to test the limits of Moore’s law, learning cycles in the industry ecosystem are shorter, R&D costs are rising and the process windows for high volume manufacturing have become tighter. The need for speed and greater rigor in our innovation and manufacturing processes required a major shift. We’ll describe our journey to define and establish these best-in-class practices and how it impacted our systems, culture and everything in between.

Fred LeRoy
Director Operations Management
ON Semiconductor, Belgium

camLine forum
9:45 – 10:15

With fabs coming from various mergers and acquisitions, a lot of different SPC practices and software packages for quality control were used in ON Semiconductor’s manufacturing sites. After an internal benchmark study, in 2015, ON decided to deploy the SPC module LineWorks SPACE to all ON Semiconductor manufacturing plants. The presentation will go over the project to migrate fully running fabs to LineWorks SPACE SPC system, the benefits the program generated, and the lessons learned from this program for ON.

Monte Watson
Director, MCT BE Automation
Micron Technology, Inc., USA

camLine forum
11:00 – 11:30

In this presentation, we will describe the journey Micron took towards our vision of automation for the back end (BE) assembly and test manufacturing departments. To achieve our vision, we determined we needed to enhance several factory system components with the ultimate goal of achieving auto delivery and auto run environment. The Recipe Management (RM) was the one critical factory system that needed to be improved and aligned. We will discuss the process we took toward BE automation with the selection of the RM system, the challenges we faced, the benefits achieved from this effort, and enhancement ideas to improve the Recipe Management System (RMS).

Rockson Kiang
camLine Pte Ltd
Business Development Manager
Taiwan

camLine forum
11:30 – 12:00

Discover the latest developments of camLine LineWorks Machine Maintenance Solution (MMS) that offers a comprehensive, flexible, and reliable turnkey solution for machine state monitoring and tracking to every maintenance activities. Learn how LineWorks MMS can help your company to streamline work processes and improve workflow from a single point of access to machine state monitoring, preventive maintenance scheduling, events tracking, OEE reporting, and other more.

Claudia Wahl
Black Belt Consultant for Six Sigma and Cornerstone
Versuchsplanung.de
Germany

camLine forum
12:00 – 12:30

Six Sigma is a widely used method to improve business performance. After a short introduction into the Six Sigma methodology, I will show how to incorporate LineWorks SPACE to identify potential six sigma projects, directly export the data into Cornerstone and analyze them. With the help of these results, we can design and analyze experiments in Cornerstone and interpret the results for further improvements. After the implementation of the improvements, LineWorks SPACE can be used again to monitor these over time to guarantee sustainability.

Kien Hoong Fong
Process Control Systems Senior Manager
Micron Technology, Inc., Singapore

camLine forum
14:00 – 14:30

We will present uses cases of how LineWorks SPACE eCAP and DB Explorer enable extensive automated troubleshooting and subsequent disposition and closure of eCAP instances. We describe how DB Explorer is being used to query manufacturing databases for fault detection, R2R, and measurement systems to perform basic investigations upon OOC trigger. Any abnormalities thus found will trigger further human interventions. We also use DB Explorer to read off the engineering database which houses our automated diagnostic results and thus provides our engineers with deep dive investigations on process or tool drifts to perform further troubleshooting and dispositions.

Eric Thomas
MES team leader
Continental Automotive France SAS
France

camLine forum
14:30 – 15:00

SARA stands for Standard Automated Replenishment Application. A successful story that we have built together, Continental Automotive and camLine. This is the solution that we intend to release over 70 locations all over the world. And that we consider as a first brick for our Industry 4.0 in the area of logistics and MES (Manufacturing Execution System) that will grow with fleet management, geolocalization, integrated storage, and transportation system. SARA is a fully integrated solution for material replenishment that completes the camLine portfolio. The main functionality of SARA is an automated call to a warehouse for material to be delivered to the production lines. Calls are based on material consumption for current and future productions. It leads to a reduction of material handling effort and reduction of used space.

Dr. Andreas Linnemann
Processes and Validation Strategy, R&D Center
ZF Friedrichshafen AG
Germany

camLine forum
15:00 – 15:30

As one of the world leading automotive suppliers, ZF Friedrichshafen AG put a focus on the use of fiber-reinforced plastics to reduce the overall weight of vehicles. Hydrophilic polymers such as Polyamides are challenging the fields of design, qualification, and testing. Depending on the atmospheric environment, water can be absorbed or emitted by components which are made of polyamide and in consequence of this, a change of geometric dimensions and mechanical properties is a result. Furthermore, other parameters such as test frequency, transient sample temperature. And mean stresses have to be carefully considered in the experimental procedure and the evaluation. The 2-dimensional S-N-curves are often not constructive and there must be an n-dimensional approach. For this purpose, a new promising approach has been developed in the Central R&D of ZF Friedrichshafen AG, which allows a more precise view of the lifetime behavior of glass fiber reinforced polyamide in a multidimensional space.

Bernd Mik
Director Operations
Eisen-Schmid GmbH & Co. KG
Germany

camLine forum
16:15 – 16:45

Eisen-Schmid GmbH & Co. KG in Hausach is one of the leading medium-sized steel trading companies in the south of Germany. The range of supplied products includes quality steel, bar and bright steel, special steels, stainless steel, tubes and sheets. Their customers come from different industries. The construction industry is just as important as the automotive industry.


In order to meet the increasing demands of their customers about process and quality data and to increase the plant efficiency, the management decided in 2017 to use InFrame Synapse MES for the sawing and chamfering production area. As a major challenge, older carbide circular sawing machines from different manufacturers without common equipment interfaces had to be linked to the MES. The solution was implemented by using IoT devices on production-relevant switching contacts of the saws. OEE characteristic values can now be displayed on the InFrame Synapse MES dashboards at the manufacturing floor, and time-based production performance reports are generated for the operations management.

Robert Müller
Scientific Assistant for Manufacturing Efficiency
Fraunhofer IPA, Regenerative Production
Germany

camLine forum
16:45 – 17:15

Smart Devices (such as Smart Phones and Smart Watches) offer many options to support production processes, such as optimization or worker assistance. So far, neither implementation recommendations nor standardized interfaces exist. The presented project aims at usefully utilizing Smart Devices in the production area. In the foreground stands the connection of different production participants, such as workers, machines and information systems. The right combination of software and hardware through interactive and intuitive information processing supports the work preparation as well as the actual production and thereby generates efficiency along with raising optimization potentials.

Dr. Andreas Gondorf
APC Engineer
Vishay Siliconix Itzehoe GmbH, Germany

LineWorks SPACE User Group Meeting
09:00 – 09:30

Statistical Process Control (SPC) is an indispensable tool to ensure the quality and stability of manufacturing processes in a modern semiconductor fab. Vishay Siliconix Itzehoe GmbH replaced the SPC-System integrated in its MES Promis by LineWorks SPACE as it offers greater flexibility, better clarity, and fast analysis tools.

Nils Knoblauch
Product Manager LineWorks SPACE
camLine GmbH, Germany

LineWorks SPACE User Group Meeting
9:30 – 10:15

This session gives an overview and live presentation of the features added in LineWorks SPACE version 7.2 as well as an update on the LineWorks SPACE-Cornerstone interface.

Nils Knoblauch
Product Manager LineWorks SPACE
camLine GmbH, Germany

LineWorks SPACE User Group Meeting
10:15 – 10:30

This session shows how to use the LineWorks SPACE-Cornerstone interface to correlate solar cell final test parameters with sensor data from the thin film deposition. The required data extraction, transformation and alignment steps are recorded in a Cornerstone Workmap to automate the export into a format suitable for root cause analysis. A new CEL-implemented helper menu automates the repeating actions for similar variables.

Nils Knoblauch
Product Manager LineWorks SPACE
camLine GmbH, Germany

LineWorks SPACE User Group Meeting
11:00 – 12:15

This session will present the roadmap for LineWorks SPACE 8 and the actual feature wish list collected from customers for LineWorks SPACE. camLine will introduce these features to the audience and offer a voting session to prioritize their realization.

Dirk Surmann
DoE Consultant
Versuchsplanung.de, Germany

Cornerstone User Group Meeting
13:15 – 13:45

Continuing the presentation of the LineWorks SPACE – Cornerstone interface part 1 from the view of a LineWorks SPACE user, this talk illustrates the connection between LineWorks SPACE and Cornerstone highlighting its capabilities in data analytics. The demonstration will focus on analyzing the extracted LineWorks SPACE data in terms of a root cause analysis using new features of Cornerstone like the Multi-Category and Multi-Vari Chart. Leveraging a Machine Learning Method (Random Forest) seamlessly by the revised R integration enhances the interactive data handling via brushing with statistical analyses. Summarizing reports in terms of tables and graphs in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint will help share the results from Cornerstone within an organization.

Andreas Henn
Senior research engineer for quality methods, measurement technology, test technique, and qualification
Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, Germany

Dr. Theo Wember
DoE Consultant
Versuchsplanung.de, Germany

Cornerstone User Group Meeting
13:45 – 14:15

Heidelberger Druckmaschinen develops digital printing machines based on the inkjet principle. The distance between the substrate to be printed and the print heads must not be below a critical level, as otherwise the print heads may be damaged. The distance is going to be monitored by an optical sensor. By default, the sensor raw data is compressed to a distance measure that has an unsatisfactory big variation for the intended application. By using additional statistics from the raw data and multivariate methods in Cornerstone, the potential to improve the quality of the sensor for sufficient measuring process capability is estimated.

Kanglin Chen
Product Manager Cornerstone
camLine GmbH, Germany

Dr. Theo Wember
DoE Consultant
Versuchsplanung.de, Germany

Cornerstone User Group Meeting
14:15 – 14:45

With the next minor version 7.2, Cornerstone will merge DoE application into Cornerstone application. The CEL APIs for the DoE module make it possible to automate the generation of user-defined experiments and the analysis procedure from front to end.
An advanced parallel coordinate plot will be added to Cornerstone. It is capable to show contingency of levels between different categorical variables, and it supports interactive brushing by highlighting the proportions of brushed cases in the connection lines.
In addition, a list of new features for further versions will be presented, including new statistical analysis modules for model building and links to further software systems, such as MATLAB.

Dr. Theo Wember
DoE Consultant
Versuchsplanung.de, Germany

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Schreiber
Professor of General Mechanical Engineering
University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Germany
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Cornerstone User Group Meeting
15:15 – 15:45

Cornerstone’s strength is the support of the design engineer to set up an experimental design and to stay focused on the engineering application without the need to be an expert in statistics. The talk shows that this even applies to the solution of complicated and non-standard situations by giving a list of use cases derived from different industries. These cases do not fit into the standard DoE framework or need access to the internal, not that obvious structure of Cornerstone experiments. Most of the examples shown are accompanied by whitepapers giving details of the technical solutions.

Dr. Dirk Ortloff
Department Manager
camLine GmbH, Germany

Cornerstone User Group Meeting
15:45 – 16:00

camLine is in the process of repositioning and extending its training and consulting activities. The newly formed “Operational Excellence Academy” will consolidate and cluster all activities in the area of training and consulting and step by step extend the portfolio of services in the around operational excellence. This talk will introduce the new positioning, highlight the strategy, give an overview of the current portfolio, and introduce all current training and consulting staff.

Dr. Dirk Ortloff
Department Manager
camLine GmbH, Germany

Cornerstone User Group Meeting
16:00 – 16:45

The Cornerstone activities and the department were repositioned and streamlined and the strategy of the product had amended since the last camLine forum in 2016. To give the camLine’s customer base insight into the amendments, this talk will highlight the changes and give perspectives and insights into the future directions. Furthermore, major initiatives and functional revisions will be described and aligned interactively with the audience through discussion and voting.

Participants

  • Manufacturing decision makers
  • Project, quality, and production managers
  • R&D technology development experts
  • IT representatives involved in data processing and analyses for process, quality, and production

Scope

In the two-day event, camLine, along with leading manufacturing partners, will demonstrate how manufacturing application visions are supported by specific software solutions and considerations. You will observe first-hand the presentation of application case details from various industrial manufacturers
and their ongoing cooperative efforts with partner camLine. Development highlights of camLine’s sophisticated LineWorks Suite, InFrame Synapse, XperiDesk, and Cornerstone software products will also be presented for discussion.

Networking

Ample time will be available for attendees to interact directly with all speakers, senior camLine technical staff, and colleagues from your industry.

Refreshments and a buffet lunch will be provided for all attendees.

Hilton-Dresden

Venue

Hilton Dresden
An der Frauenkirche 5
01067 Dresden, Germany

E-mail: info(at)hiltondresden.com
Tel.: +49 351 8642-0
Web: www.hiltondresden.com