Lean Manufacturing Through AGV's

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    CurtEdwards
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    My name is Curt Edwards from ASI Drives in Montgomeryville, PA. It doesn’t look like anyone uses this forum, but I will post on it and see where it goes.
    Manufacturers today are trying to go lean, and at ASI Drives we have a product we would like to introduce to local small to mid sized manufacturers in this area. It’s name is FRED 2500 and it is a platform AGV that move product from point A to B and stops in between if you so choose. It is a simple, inexpensive, and safe introduction into automation and future factories. FRED 2500 is not to replace humans but it is designed to do the monotonous, dangerous, and boring jobs in the day to day operations of a manufacturing facility. FRED allows a person that leaves the assembly line to pull a pallet jack of product to shipping, to stay on the line and keep your line running at optimum efficiency. If you get a FRED in your facility, you will find ways to use it that we may have not even thought of. We have been using them in ASI Drives since October, and they have been working out great (No Issues). Please if you read this and have any interest at all or even just would like to see it, feel free to contact me and I will set up a demo for you and your colleagues. Thanks for your time and I look forward to talking to you soon.

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    CurtEdwards
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    I guess either no one ever uses this forum or every manufacturer in Bucks and Montgomery County is running at top efficiency and productivity.

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