Often companies become frozen during fluid product development activities, repeatedly asking themselves “have we done sufficient evaluation and analysis to be confident in moving ahead?” That’s not surprising considering the sizable investment production automation requires, and questions such as:
Selecting the right manufacturing platform and an experienced equipment provider will keep you moving forward.
Drawing upon a broad technical base and seasoned experience in multiple markets, our experts collaborate with you using a disciplined data-driven approach. Using standard Symphoni™ cells at our Innovation Center, production processes can be demonstrated through a wide range of speeds with prototype parts. While completing DFM / DFA activities with confidence, a phased manufacturing strategy can be optimized, and equipment investment determined.
“ATS has built an Innovation Center where Product Developers can test their ideas."
We don’t have a crystal ball either, but we can show you exactly how we would optimize your future production with Symphoni simulations. Because Symphoni is a fully digital technology, and all the components, elements and robots have been standardized, we have developed dozens of motion profiles and corresponding simulations. These simulations yield an accurate understanding of the precision versus speed balance. Further, simulations show how the same hardware can provide flexibility for potential product changes, product variants, or even different products and processes.
For Life Sciences and other regulated applications, the Symphoni’s Sonata™ development cell is the least risk approach. Imagine being able to fully describe full scale production processes at the time you are seeking product approval, and further, being able to use the same equipment for prototyping, clinical trials, early-stage production, and high-volume manufacturing.
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The ATS Innovation Centers are staffed by Systems Design Engineering professionals, including those individuals that developed Symphoni. They would be pleased to invite into one of our Innovation Centers to take a closer look at the equipment and how it might be deployed to meet your manufacturing needs. A pre-planned visit could include physical assembly of your components on the Innovation Centre equipment. All we would need to rapid-prototype the product contact parts would be solid-models of those components. It’s that simple.
Contact us to learn more about or to “test-drive Symphoni™ Technology”.
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