Bright Machines’ CEO Amar Hanspal talks about our approach to bringing modern software to manufacturing that results in fast, flexible, and affordable industrial automation. Bright Machines customer Diagnostics for the Real World (DRW) uses a Bright Machines Microfactory to assemble medical test cartridges. Learn more about their story. This Bright Machines Microfactory brought production costs down and increased quality thanks to automated screwdriving, DIMM insertion and more.
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2020 has been a year of unprecedented change for manufacturers around the world. Going into 2021, many manufacturers are rethinking what their operations need to look like for success going forward. … Factories make a variety of products. This variety includes slight SKU differences of products within a product family but also different products altogether. Join Stevan Dobrasevic, Product Marketing Director at Bright Machines,… Launching a new product is exciting. The product design is ready and the market is waiting for it. Now the challenge is ramping up production to satisfy that demand. But there are…
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November 17, 2020 Early automation shouldn’t be an afterthought for product assembly. When leveraged early, automation allows for rigorous process development, seamless retooling, and ultimately gets products to market faster. November 10, 2020 By implementing Bright Machines Microfactories into AQS factories, their vision to streamline their assembly is becoming a reality – they look forward to outstanding outcomes, including improved OEE. November 6, 2020 US manufacturing policies should enable the industry to compete and thrive in a global marketplace while optimizing for sustainability and job creation.