Working on an assembly line requires a very keen sense of attention to detail. This is true both of the workers on the line who actually interact with the machines on a daily basis, as well as for the managers who developed the systems overseeing the assembly line. Matrix removal is a key part of any modern assembly line usage. This is because matrix removal makes it as easy as it can be for your system to effectively manage trim and scrap removal.
Since you are cutting materials to precise specifications, there is likely to be a lot of trim that needs to be removed along your assembly line. It is not safe to allow access material and scrap to simply float around your work area, and matrix removal is a very effective method of making sure the scrap is safely dealt with.