Factory Automation

7 Advantages of Friction and Spin Welding

Friction welding is a versatile material joining method with numerous benefits. One of the most satisfying parts of designing an assembly process is determining which technologies are most suitable for a particular process. In some cases, the assembly method is an obvious solution that has been used for years. But every...

5 Use Cases for Dispensing Technology in Factory Automation

Automated processes to control the timing, weight, volume, and application are critical capabilities in factory automation. Multi-stage automated assemblies rely on a series of diverse processes to accurately and efficiently turn out high-quality products. Among these technologies, one of the most versatile is that of automated dispensing. Used across industries to...

How Advanced Testing Achieves Six-Sigma Manufacturing Standards

The manufacturing industry demands high standards, but the companies that achieve them surpass the competition. Six Sigma, is based on the statistical calculation that if the standard set for passing a quality control test were set to 6σ (σ being the mathematical sign for a single standard deviation) from the mean,...

5 Ways to Error-Proof Manufacturing Processes

Manufacturing automation can be designed to prevent, detect, and mitigate errors before they reach consumers. Errors can enter the manufacturing stream from numerous sources. From flaws in the base material, to equipment that malfunctions, to problems with the design itself. But many of the most common—and preventable—errors can come from human...

5 Ways Factory Automation in the Energy Industry Spurs Innovation

The energy sector is experiencing a major upheaval. Factory automation will define the next generation of industry leaders. Some days, it seems like all eyes are on the energy industry. Already one of the most competitive markets on the planet, it is also subject to a range of social, geopolitical, and...

How IIoT, Testing, and Big Data Work Together to Reduce Recalls

Manufacturing recalls are costly for businesses and damage consumer trust. New manufacturing technology can limit their scope. Throughout the decades, manufacturers have had to issue large-scale recalls of products and the enormous cost to their business, not to mention damage to their brand's reputation. In the best circumstances, these recalls have...

5 Key Benefits of Laser Ablation in Industrial Automation

LASER ABLATION OFFERS A REPEATABLE, HIGH-VOLUME, PRODUCTION PROCESS YIELDING PRECISE RESULTS FOR MANUFACTURERS ACROSS INDUSTRIES. Drilling, scoring, cutting, stripping, and shaping—material removal processes in factory automation perform a range of functions, each with their own requirements and uses. It is the part of an automation solution provider to know the advantages...

6 Use Cases of Factory Automation in Vertical Farming

VERTICAL FARMING BRINGS FRESH PRODUCE CLOSER TO CITIES USING FEWER PESTICIDES AND LAND RESOURCES. HERE'S HOW FACTORY AUTOMATION MAKES IN POSSIBLE. For years, vertical farming has been offered as a tantalizing solution to many modern needs, including demand from consumers to have food produced closer to home, more efficient land use,...

3 Innovations Advancing Electric Vehicle Manufacturing

OUR FACTORY AUTOMATION AND ADVANCED TESTING SYSTEMS ARE HELPING TO FUEL THE ADVANCE OF ELECTRIC VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY. Few industries are so committed to constant innovation as the automotive industry. Every few years, automotive manufacturers rethink and redesign every aspect of the automobile from the ground up. And in an industry where...

4 Ways Eagle Ensures On-Time Delivery

TIMELY DELIVERY REDUCES PRODUCTION DELAYS AND HELPS MANUFACTURERS RAPIDLY RAMP UP PRODUCTION. Every manufacturer knows how the late delivery of production equipment from an Automation Solutions Provider adds to project costs. Whether due to delay, inadequate cycle times, or not meeting OEE targets, every hour factory automation equipment isn't in production...

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