Disposable devices are vital components of every medical practice. They provide a multitude of benefits to healthcare organizations, including an increase in efficiency, lower costs, and reduced risks of spreading infection.
Businesses in the medical sector that need to produce a large volume of testing supplies, inhalers, syringes, catheters, and other disposables need to harness the power of automation. When you need help with automating medical device assembly, rely on Syscon Automation Group, LLC. We assist in medical device automation for Utah customers. We will organize an excellent team that can come up with a comprehensive solution to your medical device assembly requirements.
Why Apply Automation?
Automated assembly is a great innovation. A company looking to use an automated assembly machine can reap many benefits, including:
- Faster Turnaround – You can decrease the turnaround time for projects for as long as you use machinery efficiently and correctly. You can also combine multiple production stages into a single step.
- Decreased Labor Costs – The automation of specific tasks can free up time for workers. Employees are no longer required to perform jobs that a robot can do more efficiently. Workers can focus their efforts on more complicated tasks.
- Higher Quality Production – Quality is non-negotiable, especially when it comes to patient care products. Automation increases production quality by performing jobs more accurately and offering a higher degree of standardization in component pieces, which is a more difficult task for workers who perform tasks manually.
Assembly automation will leave you with the assurance that your tasks are being completed, and that they are getting done properly and with a higher level of quality. You can then focus on more important and more difficult tasks.
A Complete Custom Automated System Experience
When customers come to us for medical device automation assistance, we provide them with a customized automated system experience, which includes the assembly, inspection, and testing of machines. Rest assured that our medical device assembly specialists will support you from the beginning to the successful scale-up of your medical device validation, manufacturing, and packaging.
In June of 2017, after more than 30 years of life, Rockwell Automation discontinued selling the Allen-Bradley PLC-5 control platform and will no longer support that technology. Contact Syscon Automation to plan your migration to Rockwell’s new ControlLogix Control System platform today.
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