Has your production expanded to higher volumes? Do you still need the ﬂexibility and quick changeovers to handle half a dozen different products a day? And are your line operators paying the price for these conﬂicting demands?
Multiple fluids. Multiple ejectors. Dual heads. Higher speeds. Put together, all of these enhancements mark the beginning of a new era for jet printing.
Over the past year, Hermes compatibility has been added to a number of Mycronic’s SMT solutions. The next step is to extend vertical connectivity by uniting data from multiple machines for standard connection with any MES or ERP system. Find out how Mycronic is taking connectivity to the next level.
When the world’s top manufacturer of lifting columns needed to streamline its material flows, MYTower made it possible.
In the world of rapid prototyping, speed and accuracy are everything. And everything starts in the stockroom. Based on this insight, California-based XLR8 has built a strong reputation for best-in-class material flows thanks to a comprehensive integrated material handling system from Mycronic.
How do you quantify the benefits of automation? Twenty percent higher production volume with the original base of operators is a good start.
The tempo of business in China is lightning fast. But if you are responsive and go a step beyond, the rewards can be great, as the Assembly Solution High Volume division found out in 2021. In just 15 days, it delivered 30 dispensing systems to HONOR and was awarded Superior Dispensing Supplier status.
Just outside of Nürnberg, Germany, one forward-thinking manufacturer is rapidly modernizing its production to meet fast-growing demands for advanced industrial IoT electronics. Thanks to the latest full-line assembly solutions from Mycronic, mikrolab can now respond to global competition with greater speed, quality and cost efficiency than ever before.
What happens when business is growing, components are shrinking, and both staff and production space remain the same? A visit to Allelektronik shows that the answer lies in the thoughtful development of smarter planning systems, advanced equipment and cutting-edge automation solutions.
For Allelektronik in southern Sweden, the new MYCenter Analysis dashboard came as a real eye-opener. Having spent more than a decade optimizing production for a single customer, Production Manager Mats Landström was thrilled to see things from an entirely new perspective. “We really didn’t know if the software would be useful at first,” he says. “Now we can’t live without it.”
As an innovative European contract manufacturer, DF Elettronica is determined to continually push the limits of automation. Whether it’s inspection, traceability, material transport or process optimization, the application of highly advanced technologies has been central to the company’s successful production strategy for many years. MYCenter Analysis is just the latest in the ongoing pursuit for the optimal high-flexibility production environment.
21st century industries demand 21st century manufacturing solutions. With the help of the latest 3D automated optical inspection systems, MSL Circuits – an ALL Circuits company, is helping leading automotive manufacturers make a flawless transformation to the era of electric vehicles.
For a savvy production manager, it’s always possible to get the right troubleshooting data from your pick-and-place machine – if you have plenty of time and effort to spare. Thanks to MYCenter Analysis, the supervisors at one electronics manufacturing facility can get the statistics they need at a glance, without ever leaving the office.
Debating whether to upgrade from racks and shelves to an intelligent material handling system? With the help of Mycronic's storage towers, one Florida-based electronics manufacturer shows how smarter material handling not only cuts kitting times and repetitive manual work – it can also significantly increase production volume.
At its headquarters in a high-tech industry hub in Brisbane, Australia, Elexon Electronics is investing in the future of advanced local manufacturing. For CEO Frank Faller, this means finding new solutions to turn ideas into products faster, smarter and with the highest quality.
Mr. Liu Haifeng has never been one to stick with the status quo. As General Manager of Wuxi Good Electronics Co., Ltd., he is always on the hunt for the latest production technologies, new manufacturing concepts and better ways to serve his customers. The company’s current production setup shows just how far the right technologies – and an innovative mind – can push flexible assembly into new frontiers.