Simple & Low-Cost Automation | Industrial Automation Course

Simple & Low-Cost Automation (SLCA) is one of the proven ways for sustenance, profitability, and growth of the company.

As Low-Cost Automation is built around existing machines, the technologies used are simple and easy to use resulting in a very cost-effective solution.

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Course Objective

Who Should Attend

After going through the industrial automation course participants will understand and learn about:

  • Various Concepts and techniques of Low Cost Automation.
  • Latest trends in Automation for Manufacturing and Assembly.
  • Numerous methodologies to identify opportunities for Automation in their organization.
  • How to access ROI for the SLCA.
  • Sensing elements and other hardware of SLCA.
  • Various Principles used to make SLCAs
  • Numerous Industrial Automation Programming
  • Manufacturing Engineer                 
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Manufacturing Manager                 
  • Process Engineer
  • Process Manager                           
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Design Engineer                              
  • Quality Engineer

Benefits of Attending

As industries are moving through more competitiveness and mass customization, there is a need to reduce your manufacturing cost and bring more flexibility to your production capabilities. SLCA uses technologies and principles which are easy to maintain and upgrade and require less maintenance cost.

Simple and Low-Cost Industrial Automation Training will offer the following benefits:

  • Improve Productivity
  • Increase Flexibility in production
  • Enhance Quality
  • Increase Safety at the workplace
  • Reduce manual and repeated effort
  • Lowers Lead times
  • Decrease Scrap and Repair
  • Less maintenance cost in comparison to sophisticated automation
  • Faster return on investments
  • Less capital investment
  • Only semi-skilled manpower is able to run the SLCA
  • Reusable and Adaptable to changes in market and product

Training Outline

1. Introduction to SLCA
   – Introduction
   – Role of Automation in industry
   – Types of Automation System

2. The architecture of the Industrial Automation System
   – Architecture & components of automation
   – Understanding the formal architecture of industrial automation
   – Role of sensors in SLCA
   – What are the different types of automation used in SLCA
   – Understanding controllers

3. How to identify opportunities for industrial automation
   – USA Rule
   – 10 Principles For Automation
   – Value Stream Mapping
   – Other tools for more Automation Opportunities
   – Do exercise

4. Different Sensors for Industrial Automation
   – Temperature Measurement
   – Pressure and Force Measurement
   – Displacement and Speed Measurement
   – Flow Measurement
   – Level, Humidity, and ph Measurement
   – Control Valves
   – Fans and Pumps with Variable Speed Drive
   – Stepper Motor

5. What is Mechanical Low-Cost Automation: Karakuri Kaizens
  – Difference Between Low-Cost Mechanical 
  – Electrical Automation
  – The principal of Mechanical Low-Cost Automation
  – How to Make Mechanical Low-Cost Automation
  – Benefits of Mechanical Low-Cost Automation
  – How to Identify Opportunities for Mechanical Low-Cost Automation
  – Lean Tools

6. Methods of Work part  Transport
  – Linear Part Transport
  – Rotary Part Transport
  – Part Feeding Devices

7. Design for Automation
  – Symmetry/Asymmetry
  – Part Tangling
  – Design for Feeding
  – Design for Insertion
  – Fasteners

8. Cost-Benefit Analysis
  – Case Studies

Training Deliverables

GROUP EXERCISE

PAIR EXERCISE

CASE STUDIES

INDIVIDUAL EXERCISE

PROJECTION SELECTION

POWER POINT>

VIDEO DEMO

RELEVANT TESTS

SITE VISITS

ROLE PLAYS

Feedback From Past Participants

This workshop helps us to identify an area of automation and how to implement it.”

“Our production team can now conceptualize and design SLCA in-house.”

“The trainer guidance for automation analysis has helped us to convince top management to invest in Automation.”

Questions?

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