Understanding the relocation effort
COVID-19 supply chain disruptions have prompted manufacturers to consider moving their operations back to the United States. But success depends on new ideas and new technologies.
How and why pharmaceutical manufacturers apply artificial intelligence
From early identification of process degradation to optimizing quality inspection, artificial intelligence can have a huge impact on a company’s competitive advantage, as evidenced by industry applications. pharmaceutical.
The metered dose inhaler line centralizes control from the cans to the pallets
A deep dive into a “one machine” concept for a metered dose inhaler line, with system integration for 18 machine parts and components from various OEMs.
Fewer bulb rejects thanks to automated inspection
Pharmaceutical manufacturer CDM Lavoisier has decided to fully automate its inspection process for injectable glass ampoules, using the new AIM 3000 from Syntegon Technology. (To learn more about deep learning in pharmaceutical inspection, click here.)
OEM redesigns equipment to incorporate XPlanar floating motors
Beckhoff’s levitation material handling technology is used by Plasmatreat in its equipment to position materials under spray nozzles for pretreatment and plasma coating.
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It’s time to step up machine safety
OEMs understand the need to comply with machine safety standards, but new requirements may require bringing in a third party to help mitigate the risk.
Podcast: Autonomy on the factory floor: getting along (and moving forward) with robots
In the first episode of UnPACKed with Automation World, Content Director, David Greenfield immerses us in some truths and myths about automation over the past year. Have robots been adopted at a faster rate over the past year or has their use stayed the same? Which verticals have benefited the most? Are there specific robotic technologies that he sees as offering the most potential for CPG production operations?