It’s a fact of life in the 21st century; when workers see an assembly machines and cap lining machinery salesperson on the factory floor – their job just might be out the door. In a global and ultra-competitive marketplace, cutting labor costs is an essential part of any business success equation. State of the art and fully automated assembling systems are a marvel of human ingenuity and truly inspired designs, but their primary goal is to replace human hands with robotic creations that never tire or ask for maternity leave. Today’s ultra-sophisticated assembly machines can do the work of countless humans, do it better, faster, and in the end, at a significantly lower cost for nearly any manufacturing or industrial processing company. Cap lining machinery and cap closers that work at near ‘light speed’ have no human competition – man vs. machine means machine wins every time. Of course, it takes brilliant humans to design and build assembly machines, automated assembling systems, cap lining machines and cap closers, just not as many of them (brilliant humans).
Henry Ford is considered to be the leading pioneer of mass production with his auto manufacturing assembly lines that turned out a new vehicle every few hours instead of every few weeks. Today’s automated assembling systems expand on Mr. Ford’s concept in an exponential way the automaker could have never imagined. Today’s assembly machines, automated assembling systems, cap closers, cap lining machinery and so much more were ‘science fiction’ concepts not so long ago. Science fiction no more, our factory’s assembly machines mean no sick days, vacation pay, health insurance or pension costs that can wipe out a company that refuses to accept the reality of assembly machines or automated assembling systems that keep the company competitive so ‘everybody’ doesn’t lose their job.
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Lining Machines Are Here to Stay
We can lament the loss of countless jobs or we can celebrate a successful and competitive company that continues to employ many people (possibly thousands). These truly amazing assembly machines, automated assembling systems, cap closers, cap lining machinery and other marvels of engineering are the way of today and far into the future. Will there come a day when assembly machines become ‘smart’ enough to design themselves’? Nah, that’s ‘science fiction’. Well, we shall see if automated assembling systems will, someday, replicate themselves – seems kind of far-fetched, but so did the ‘horseless carriage’ way back when. If not, we’ll simply have to be content with today’s, human created assembly machines, automated assembling systems, cap closers, cap lining machines and more, all of which (for now) are born from human imagination and design. See you in the future, though!