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Three automation moves that can save your company
 

Three automation moves that can save your company

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This powerpoint addresses the fact companies should look into automating their production and manufacturing in order to cut costs, improve proficiency and worker satisfaction.

This powerpoint addresses the fact companies should look into automating their production and manufacturing in order to cut costs, improve proficiency and worker satisfaction.

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    Three automation moves that can save your company Three automation moves that can save your company Presentation Transcript

    • The economy may be down, but your jobs don’t need to be.
    •  Industrial robots and robotic systems work at a pace set by the user. If production needs sped up, the user simply programs the robots to work faster. Similarly, if production needs to be slowed down, the robot can accommodate.
    •  This variability in production speeds leads to a leaner manufacturing environment. If the market calls for it, industrial robots can work for 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. They do not get tired, do not need breaks and do not require sick or vacation leave.
    •  Many believe integration of industrial robots and robotic systems leads to a reduction in a company’s workforce. This is not necessarily true. For example, if a company integrated a robotic welding work cell, parts will still need to be loaded and unloaded.
    •  Human workers still need to work with the robots to achieve goals. The robots can not program themselves, so workers who previously performed the repetitive task can now be trained to be robot operators and programmers.
    •  Industrial robots typically require a high initial cost. But that initial investment will be made back quickly. A typical return on investment (ROI) for an industrial robot or robotic system is six months. Six months after purchasing an industrial robot, a company should have made its money back through increased production and decreased overhead costs.
    •  These key advantages help companies meet their bottom line They help keep companies and jobs in America. Instead of outsourcing jobs to other countries, industrial robots provide the savings and productivity required to keep jobs in America and help stimulate the economy. Use a profit calculator to assess the cost savings an industrial robot will lead to for your company.
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