GED experts discuss defining your objectives and capital expectations to automate with a plan, not just for the sake of automating.
Increasingly diverse product mixes also make automation more important, according to John Moore, vice president of marketing at GED Integrated Solutions. “Plants that used to offer one or two window lines are now offering five, so their need for automation is increasing and the labor required to build the total product mix has been increasing.”
GED, who first brought robotic automation to the fenestration industry, will be introducing the newest RoboFlow product to the world at GlassBuild America.
GED’s RoboSeal™ was chosen as the most influential and significant product in the “Glass Assembly and Related” category for Readers’ Choice Awards.
The fastest, most compact system available Twinsburg, OH – May 4, 2006 | GED Integrated Solutions announces the availability of the SIGMA automated welding and cleaning system, capable of producing three frames every two minutes with one operator. The SIGMA system is also the most compact system available, occupying 30 percent less space than competitive […]
GED announced the acquisition of Sampson Automation Co., the leading provider of vinyl and aluminum fabrication systems for the production of frames for windows and doors.