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New Technology Enables Flexible Assembly
Developing an automated manufacturing strategy for new products in today’s climate can be a gamble with the unknown. Accurately predicting the demand curve is nearly impossible, which makes securing funding difficult. Now, more than ever, we need technology that allows us to align production capability to highly dynamic market demand.  Read more on the Balluff website>>
Flexible case packer becomes intelligent
During the development phase of their newest line of case packers, machinery maker Edson Packaging, part of the ProMach group, identified fast, error-free part changeover as one of their customers’ primary areas of concern. Customers were requiring more size changes per shift and needed to reduce the typical changeover time of 30 minutes or more.  Read more on the Balluff website>>
I/O hubs save machine builder 60%: Balluff IO-Link
When Ingersoll CM Systems Inc. of Midland, MI, decided to build its next generation deep fillet rolling machine, engineers sought to create a more modular and expandable machine that would allow customers to easily keep pace with evolving crankshaft sizes. A I/O-based network connection technology helped save 60% in cost.  Read more on the Balluff website>>
Latest Pneumatic Controls Increase Assembly Capabilities
Dager Systems faced a major manufacturing challenge in 2012. The company needed to update the control architecture of its new edge-folding machines, which create the folded edge of sunroofs. Specifically, Dager wanted to eliminate the use of either a network communications adaptor or hardwired parallel cables running back to the PLC I/O—without increasing the machines’ operational costs. 
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