Automation or Robotics?
If you are a business owner, you are trying to decide if automation or robotics is right for your business. It is not a simple yes or no answer, it depends on what you are trying to achieve. If you can think of even one or two tasks that are repetitive or cause a bottleneck, they may be a good candidate for automation. If they are physical tasks, industrial automation or robotics could be the answer. If they are virtual tasks, a form of software automation might work.
TEXMAC Automation & Robotics Group has highly trained individuals who can help answer those tough questions in the area of Automation and Robotics.
Definition of Automation and Robotics?
Most often the terms “Automation” and “Robotics” are used interchangeably but there are differences. The basic difference between automation and robotics can be seen in their definitions:
- Automation— Automation means using technology, computer software, machines to do a task which would be done by a human worker.
- Robotics— Robotics is a process of building robots for a specific function.
Robots are used to automate manufacturing and other jobs. Automation has many applications in which Robots are not used and vice versa Robotics has nothing to do with the Automation process.
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TEXMAC Automation & Robotics Group is what you need to be future-proof!
TEXMAC is not tied to one brand. TEXMAC Automation & Robotics Group works with partners who are looking for a competitive edge in designing integrated systems. We are looking for an improvement on “best-practice.” Our goal is to give you a competitive edge with the lowest cost-per-unit-shipped.
How can our Automation & Robotics Group serve the needs of your organization?
Our Vision is to Improve Manufacturing by:
- Reducing Product Cost
- Reducing Equipment Cost
- Improving Quality
- Increasing Speed and Consistency
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