This blog post discusses the challenges and special requirements for automation components in a semiconductor manufacturing environment.Read more
Imaging methods are increasingly used in industrial productions of electronic components and devices. This blog post discusses the benefits and gives some examples, where machine vision helped to improve process and product quality.Read more
Washing machines, dryers, refrigerators and other large household appliances are manufactured in complex, highly automated manufacturing processes.
But even in predominantly manual production and assembly processes, individual process steps can also be effectively automated. One example is the quality inspection of the drive belt assembly in a washing machine production.
Increasing complexity of products often means increasing complexity of manufacturing processes, with a simultaneous increase in the degree of automation. This leads to a growing field of application for sensors, which, however, are not always perfectly suited for every application. This often means: customized sensor solutions are needed.
In this article you will learn what customer and application specific sensors are all about, who needs them and how to get them.
Manufacturing of semiconductor components is a highly automated process. This article discusses the importance of wafer mapping as part of automated material handling.Read more