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December 12, 2016

Moore's Law for Industrial Automation

D&D Has SolidWorks for Design and Octopuz for Simulation

Moore's law refers to an observation made by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore in 1965. He noticed that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits had doubled every year since their invention.  A variation on this theme is the number of robots and pieces of controls hardware and software in the manufacturing environment.  How do you make sure you are buying the best automation technology for today and tomorrow?

 

We Can Do Turnkey Automation Integration

For many applications the mechanical design portion of the automation solution is getting simpler while the controls and software portion gets increasingly complicated.  D&D has waded into this space with turn-key automation to meet this specific need with many of our customers.  We don’t want to be line builders but there are many off-line or small automation cells that required the high end controls without intricate mechanical design.  This is the sweet spot for D&D.  Simple mechanical and complex controls.  What is the proper technology density for your facility to compete and win business while building something that your staff can keep running reliably for today and into the future?

 

Contact D&D for a Meeting

Many of our customers are wondering whether or not something is possible or they are looking for some help with concept work in the plant.  We are always more than happy to come and have a look at your process and give you our opinion on it.  We can also crate a design with Solidworks or help you conceptualize your ideas with Octopuz.  More is possible today in the manufacturing environment than ever before and the rate of change is increasing.  Be ready and stay ahead of your competition.

 

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