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Smart Manufacturing: Building The Factory Of Tomorrow

May 19, 2023

Smart Manufacturing: Building The Factory Of Tomorrow
For the better part of a decade, manufacturers have made significant strides to drive efficiencies, boost agility, and improve product quality by implementing data-capture sensors and analytics systems. Now, they are capitalizing on that foundation to optimize interconnectivity, automation, machine learning, and real-time data to further enhance production outcomes and improve worker safety and well-being.

Spotlight

Marian, Inc.

Marian, Inc. is a global provider of custom, die-cut, flexible component parts for the medical, electronics, and automotive industries. For 60 years, Marian has provided innovative solutions to its customers by offering services like laser, rotary, waterjet, and flatbed die-cutting; prototyping; precision slitting; and packaging. With 10 locations throughout North America, Asia and Europe we strive to provide our customers with quality products and exceptional service at competitive prices

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Spotlight

Marian, Inc.

Marian, Inc. is a global provider of custom, die-cut, flexible component parts for the medical, electronics, and automotive industries. For 60 years, Marian has provided innovative solutions to its customers by offering services like laser, rotary, waterjet, and flatbed die-cutting; prototyping; precision slitting; and packaging. With 10 locations throughout North America, Asia and Europe we strive to provide our customers with quality products and exceptional service at competitive prices

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