Bits and Sockets in Your Assembly Process
Managers who are looking to improve their assembly process will always find them selves asking, “How can I reduce assembly errors without affecting the speed and output of our current process?” It is a commonly asked question that ever manufacturer must deal with, and the answer is never as straight forward as we would like it to be.
Error proofing your assembly process is always a challenge to tackle due to one universal truth; everyone makes mistakes! No matter how qualified your workforce is, your process is constantly at risk of errors that can jeopardize your product, reputation and customers’ safety.
Workers in the manufacturing industry face thousands of decisions in the workplace, all which can potentially effect the overall process and outcome of your final product. An excellent solution is to implement systems that can do the decision making on their own. Today’s error proofing technologies make it it virtually impossible to make mistakes; these processes won’t allow for missed steps, using the wrong tool, or picking the incorrect part.
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