We are on a mission to provide customers with the highest possible availability at the lowest possible lifecycle costs. Simply put, automation solutions are investments. With JR Automation's lifecycle management solutions, manufacturers and distributors can feel comfortable knowing that you've partnered with a supplier who will walk the lifecycle journey with you.
JR Automation Financial Services can structure financing to match your needs with such offerings as monthly, quarterly, and bridge-to-budget payment options. We offer flexible solutions that allow you to conserve cash and increase your purchasing power, all while providing tax benefits to your organization.
Fusion of Large Scale Robotic Systems and Digital Technologies
An aerospace customer needed automation of large-scale robotics, component processing, and conveyors while integrating an MES system with their ERP system. Their complex array of CNCs, CMMs, OMMs and custom cells all made unique parts – in quantities of one. Additionally, different parts required different machine setups and configurations.
Three Robots Cooperate to Monitor Test Plates for New Discoveries
A large international drug company needed a high-throughput drug discovery system that could accommodate a multitude of simultaneous processes. It was required to handle microtiter plates with heavy stainless steel lids. Typical robots working in drug discovery were laboratory type robots on long linear tracks. These robots had light payloads, were less than rugged, and slow.
SmartAttach - Industry 4.0 Ready Automated Machine
Oftentimes, enabling IIoT is not considered at the time of an automation or machine tool deign in the industry. SmartAttachTM is a leading edge-technology in terms of automation to install nut plates. The machine is Industry 4.0 ready off the shelf.
Innovation Makes Gender Determination for Poultry Eggs Autmated and Efficient
The challenge was to concept, design, and build a system to extract allantoic fluid from various size poultry eggs for gender assay purposes. Previously, gender determination was usually accomplished manually by inspection of the young hatchling and was extremely difficult, costly, and sometimes inaccurate.