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Implementing automation on the manufacturing floor has a high initial cost, but it produces a long-term value as well as benefits every aspect of your production. In the 3 stages of maturity, we can decide where and how automation impacts the operations. 

  • Stage 1: No automation infrastructure on the manufacturing floor. Skilled laborers are manning the machines. Automation should be slowly introduced to the operations by replacing heavy-weight duties or repetitive tasks.
  • Stage 2: Some automation infrastructure is present on the manufacturing floor. Employees are still required to man most machines except for a few. Automation can be introduced to increase precision, to reduce human error.
  • Stage 3: A fully automated manufacturing floor with minimal human supervision. From production to quality control, it is all done by automation. Automation can be introduced in a form of combining 2 different tasks into a single machine such as QC vision inspection together with PNP to ensure accuracy for every output.

A holistic long-term impact is determined by the stages at which automation maturity is at. Every stage benefits from automation in different ways and impacts. This is why it is crucial to decide which stage the company is at. To decide where automation should be applied to improve performance, it’s important to create a map of where automation potential can reach its peak.

With the integration of automation, businesses can take full advantage of the technologies to enable a transformed workspace and workflow. With increased efficiency and effectiveness, automation investments can provide a long-term value. Talk to us, find out where and what can be automated. TTOT can find out where is the best place to implement automation that will maximize impact for the operations.

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