When your company seeks to improve production rates,
reduce manual labor, increase worker safety and or improve product quality, then you're probably looking to use Automated Machinery or Systems. Here are some guidelines...
1. You invite vendor(s) to undertake a discovery
process to understand your production processes and requirements. In addition
or alternatively you offer an outline of the current process and specify
desired outcomes and any new system specifications.
2. Vendor(s) have a multi-disciplined team
(mechanical, electrical, sales and project management) that reviews and offers
conceptual solution, quotation(s) to meet the request.
3. Your company/team evaluates bid(s); perhaps seeking
modifications until finally a contract is awarded to a vendor(s). Note:
Contract should include Service Agreement, suggested spare-parts and
maintenance schedules as well as product warranty details.
4. Project manager(s) on the vendor side(s) assigned a
single point of contact for projectís duration to keep communications with
you/your company clear.
5. Vendor engineering teams refine and optimize each
element of newly quoted production process into a defined build design.
6. Approved design is fully documented and released
7. Purchasing and production of all system components
commences and an assembly team builds the system.
8. Upon completed mechanical assembly, a control team
completes electrical systems and programming.
9. At a vendor location, a run-off of the equipment at
full production rates verifies all quality and system performance match agreed
10. Modifications and change orders are agreed upon,
quoted, accepted and carried out and on your approval, equipment is
disassembled and transported to your location.
11. Vendor teams and disassembled system arrive at your
company, reconstruct and final validation is completed.
12. Your company and or contractor(s) begin operating your newly
After the sale: Vendor(s) support service contract and warranty to
protect your automation investment for long term productivity and product quality.
We offer FREE technical assistance and engineering to those installing Automation Sensors, which are a big part of any
Automated Machinery or System.
Many times we can make slight design change to our current components, or produce new designs to fit your application(s). Call us, send us a sketch, file and or make an online submission here, Custom Product Requests (CPR).