Automation Information


Automation Equipment

Companies in manufacturing are looking for ways to create greater mobility, flexibility, and solid solutions to help their business meet the needs of the market.  The competition is evening out as manufacturing companies integrate the solutions of tomorrow.


Robotic Integration and Automated Machines

Automating repetitive and manual manufacturing processes can achieve higher quality, lower costs, greater flexibility, waste reduction, and result in overall long-term profits.  Two popular options for lean automation are building custom automated assembly equipment machines or integrating custom robotic solutions.


Flexible Manufacturing Systems

One of the most important aspects of manufacturing is having a sound flexible manufacturing system.  The ability to adjust to meet the customer needs without compromising the capabilities of the company is flexible manufacturing.


Factory Automation Examples

When applying automation to your enterprise, it makes sense to prioritize those applications that are going to provide you with the greatest return on your investment (ROI). What might some of those situations be, and what might they look like?

Article of the Week

From The Setpoint Blog

Lean Ammunition Manufacturing Part II 

Today's brass case factories operate on the principles of traditional mass production techniques developed in the early 1900's. Setpoint has designed a brass case "U" shaped cell that has many benefits, much like the automotive industry saw in the 1980's.

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