New dispensing technologies offer the electronics industry maximum productivity, flexibility, and functionality.
January 7, 2022
The electronics market is booming, and its trends toward component miniaturization, increasingly short cycles, and highest dispensing quality require constant innovation. Dispensing systems are key technologies in an environment of increasing automation and demand for high product output.
The study found that manufacturers appear more likely than other sectors to do business differently than they did pre-pandemic, with a new focus on productivity and efficiency.
August 27, 2021
While manufacturers continue to face supply chain disruptions as a result of the pandemic, these companies are more optimistic than the national average, saying they expect overall economic conditions in the U.S. will improve, according to a recent study from Umpqua Bank.
The ability to efficiently and accurately dispense adhesives, sealants, and other materials is absolutely vital in assembly operations. Companies that rely on manual methods run into issues with operator error, slow speeds, excessive waste, and other problems.
The methods for dispensing adhesives, epoxies, grease, silicone, oils, sealants, and a multitude of other assembly fluids cover a wide spectrum of techniques—from manual applications like squeeze bottles, toothpicks, and hand-plunger syringes to semi-automated tabletop dispensing robots. Each dispensing method presents unique challenges as manufacturers attempt to scale the sophistication of their fluid dispensing processes to meet requirements for quality, volume throughput, and cost efficiency.
Medical device manufacturers can find success when they embed processes and systems in a holistic manufacturing concept that takes into account the entire value chain.
January 18, 2021
The medical technology industry is growing faster than others and is currently experiencing a real change: more and more innovative products are being developed to help patients and relieve the burden on the healthcare system in the long term.
Plant-based,” “premium cotton,” and “natural” claims are appealing to today’s parents: millennials. Millennial parents are demanding that brands provide “free and clear” products for their personal and families’ use.