Choosing to automate your manufacturing line seems like a “no brainer.” New technologies to make the manufacturing process better, faster, and more consistent. While automation can be costly, the benefits greatly outweigh the cost.
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As manufacturing technology advances toward Industry 4.0, the traditional sub-fields of engineering have synchronized, making the building process both precise and efficient.
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The next time you visit your local grocery store, take a look at your favorite bottled beverage and you will see that each is filled with exactly the same amount…thanks to machine vision technology.
It started with consumer products including smart TVs, phones, thermostats, even refrigerators. Coined the Internet of Things (IoT), this interconnection through the internet of computing devices…
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Robots used to be expensive and complicated machines, intimidating to work with and requiring highly skilled technicians. They’ve come a long way in the past 20 years. Now we have the collaborative robot, who’s just another member of the team, not quite to the point of joining the work softball league but an asset just the same.
Robots are changing the world of manufacturing, and plant engineers are being tasked with designing factory layouts using state-of-the-art robot technology. Because they can be programmed to perform dangerous, dirty and/or repetitive tasks with consistent precision and accuracy, industrial robots are increasingly used in a variety of industries and applications.
When it comes to manufacturing, it’s not easy to fix something that isn’t truly broken. This especially true for something that has worked for years. However, current industry technological trends, it might be the right time to take that leap of change. Manufacturing companies who embrace technological advancements to modify the way they are doing things will thrive and remain current and competitive.