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5 Principles of Flexible Assembly Line Design

5 Principles of Flexible Assembly Line Design Rod Emery, VP Operations at RedViking, will be presenting "5 Principles of Flexible Assembly Line Design" at this year's Assembly Show in Chicago.  On Wednesday, October 28th at 2:00, Rod will talk about some of the design concepts that we use for ourselves and our customers to increase production flexibility and scalability: 1. Make your machines do more 2. Design for the future 3. Detach your factory from the facility 4. Don't be an only customer 5. Don't over-automate Whether your assembly line has limited budget for changes or you're starting a new production line with a blank slate, Rod has practical implementation advice. He'll be drawing from over 20 years of industrial automation experience with Fortune 1000 customers in automotive, aerospace, off-highway and defense. RedViking will be at booth 731, featuring industrial automation cells, battery-free AGVs, quality systems and more. Hope to see you there! To learn more, you can reach Rod at remery@redviking.com.

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