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There are five critical factors to consider when looking for the most cost-effective solutions for complex assembly automation problems. After these are addressed, it’s important to determine the best transport and tooling actuation technology – non-synchronous, synchronous, or synchronized. This presentation takes a brief look at the five key factors to be explored and then offers the pros and cons of each transport and tooling actuation technology to show how to find the correct solution for an assembly automation problem.

Presenter:

Lisa Arrigo, Tech Briefs Media Group

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