What does your job look like today?
MARKUS LINDNER: I learned machining technology at the Doka training workshop. Half of my job currently takes place here at the computer. In addition, I am a deputy shift spokesperson and work directly outside on the CNC lathes and milling machines. So I don't forget anything.
The changeover phase towards digital twin and offline programming took place in 2019. Before that, I worked on the machines. And there was direct programming. There were downtimes when the machines were not producing. Programmes could not be used to their full potential and products could not be optimised so easily. With digitalisation and software, things are much better now.