Proactive Part Tracking and Intelligent Controls

How do you accommodate multiple customers that require different variation of the same top level product assembly? Manufacturers are constantly looking for the ability to be efficient and flexible while eliminating automation system changeovers. Size, brand, color, end-user, and technical attributes are just a few variables that can be accounted for with intelligent automation. Implementing a dynamic, intelligent automation system can accommodate the requirements of the customer as well as the needs of the supplier.

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Intelligent Assembly Process for Hubs, Rotors, Bearings and Studs

How do you accommodate small and large production quantity demands in your current hub and rotor assembly process? Does your process require different bearings, studs and other components that changeover takes away from a seamless transition and valuable production time? Proper design and implementation of a dynamic hub and rotor assembly system can allow you, the supplier, to accommodate production quantity changes, small or large batch production and top level assembly attributes, all with little to no changeover time.

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5 Steps to a Successful Automation Project

Although many factors can have an impact on a custom automation system project, a few key areas can't be ignored. The success of the project will ultimately be measured by the delivered system and the realization of the planned ROI. Problems that arise at delivery almost always derive from actions that were taken, or not taken, much earlier in the project development process. A good understanding of the expectations, objectives, limitations and communication paths will launch and guide the program to a successful conclusion.

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