COVID-19 has changed almost everything we know, including what it means to be safe when leaving the house. One year ago, most people did not know what PPE stood for, but now, everyone has ample amounts of it in their home. Since the beginning of this pandemic, personal safety resources have been one of the biggest issues. To meet the demand for masks and other PPE, companies are turning to automated assembly machines. How can automation help your business and the world?
Human error is an inevitable part of all business. No matter how careful, all people slip-up every so often. In times when demands for products are high, it is essential to reduce all downtime. With the help of leak testing and visual inspection equipment, it is possible to produce many products to ensure that they meet strict standards.
Paying employees to work overtime eventually adds up. Continuous motion assembly machines can run for prolonged periods without taking breaks or asking for extra money. These machines allow businesses to easily scale up and down (considering their needs at any given moment). Continuous motion assembly machines allow your business to be scalable and agile.
Robot assembly is easily integrated into automated assembly machines. Traditionally, a system could not complete multiple complex tasks at a single station, but automation is better, faster, and nimbler because of developments in robotic technology.
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