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Choosing which inspection technology to use depends very much upon your need, your product and your industry. For instance to check if goods are out of spec ­– say with missing barcodes or labels, the...

Not being able to count on your equipment to work when production is scheduled, makes it unreliable. And in the manufacturing industry, unreliable equipment has a bigger cost than just in dollars ­–...

Sometimes, the coders on a production line marking products, cartons and pallets, are a rather motley crew — “diverse” models is one way to put it, but “miscellaneous and disparate” could be...

Automation is no longer just for big companies. Aided by even-more-affordable technology, an increasing number of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are automating manufacturing processes and reaping...

The first digitally native generation likes to cook, spend, has a unique sense of self, an optimistic outlook on life, an untraditional approach to life stages and relies heavily on digital technology....

To compete well, quality is king in manufacturing. But unless you’re producing hand-crafted bespoke furniture, the demand for more products, more quickly means it’s just not feasible to rely on human...

By Mark Dingley* With companies facing increasing pressure to squeeze as much productivity as they can from their assets, more Australian manufacturers and processors are looking to Overall Equipment...

By Trent Munro is the Product Manager for Coding Technologies at Matthews Australasia We’re full swing in the silly season and retail shelves are full of red, green and sparkly gold as seasonal packaging...

By Matt Nichol* Having an efficient production line allows your business to keep pace in a fast, competitive world. But what about the coding and labelling aspect? If it’s inefficient, then in reality...