The manufacturing of today’s products requires assembly skills such as screwdriving, dispensing, insertions of heat sinks and DIMM cards, soldering, labeling, and pick and place for component subassembly. The costs of implementing these skills on the factory floor directly impacts the competitiveness of the product when its sold in the market. Join Stevan Dobrasevic, Product Marketing Director at Bright Machines, as he discusses real-world examples of how production costs were removed from the product assembly process.
What you’ll learn:
- Various assembly skills are used in the manufacturing of products
- Complexity of the assembly skill impacts its cost
- Software-based automation reduces the cost associated with implementing assembly skills