USB Connect Portable Hardware Case Study
Want RS232 to USB hardware results before purchasing? Check out this case study with Fredon Corporation!
Today’s Medical Developments published this study in Winter 2018. USB Connect hardware bridged a technological skills gap for this Ohio manufacturing company.
A constant goal at Fredon is to remain at the front of the manufacturing world. They seek to provide customers with high-quality parts, to manufacture with innovation, and keep close relationships with customers.
Randy Glover Jr. at Fredon says operators are “skilled enough to surpass the expectations of a facility many times larger [than ours].” But there was a big productivity problem to address.
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“The process of having to load and unload our CNC programs was inefficient,” Glover says.
“It varied from machine to machine, and most times, it was a nightmare,” Randy said. A quick and easy solution “that could be used by all team members, regardless of technical ability” was needed.
Glover initially invested in a Portable USB Connect in 2016. He then purchased two Floppy Drive Emulators plus a Pendant USB Connect.
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