Promess Introduces Smart Frame for Manual Press Operations

Posted By Promess | September 26th, 2019
Smart Press Frame Promess, Inc. has introduced the Smart Press Frame, a force/position measurement system that electronically digitizes operations performed by manual or hydraulic and pneumatic presses. Available with 8”x 8”, 13”x 13” and 18” x 18” working...

Promess Introduces The Bolt Actuator for Continuous High-Speed Testing

Posted By Promess | September 25th, 2019
Promess Bolt Promess, Inc. has introduced a new servo-based electro-mechanical actuator intended for applications requiring programmable rapid non-stop motion at frequencies not well suited for ballscrew-type presses.  The Bolt Actuator achieves this new level of...

Data Collection: Data Hoarding vs. Data Usage

Posted By Promess | September 5th, 2019
The need for data collection in manufacturing is well established. For decades now, the idea has been pushed pretty hard, and most (successful) companies have gotten on board. Quality of individual assemblies, efficiency & effectiveness of processes, and environmental impact,...

Promess Exhibits at the Battery Show

Posted By Promess | August 19th, 2019
Promess, Inc. manufactures turnkey monitoring and motion sensing systems for precision assembly and test applications based on a series of standard hardware components synchronized, controlled and monitored with sophisticated programmable electronics and specialized proprietary...

Static vs. Dynamic Data

Posted By Promess | August 12th, 2019
When it comes to assessing and ensuring quality in your manufactured components and products, sometimes just taking a few static measurements, post-process, is sufficient: a dimension here, a position there, a weight, or any one of countless other factors that could be...

Multiple Press Operation in a Limited Space

Posted By Promess | July 25th, 2019
One of the constraints manufacturers come up against is limited space. It is entirely too common for a manufacturer to develop a grand plan to improve their process, only to find that the physical space required for the new equipment, including multiple presses, simply...

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Posted By Promess | July 22nd, 2019
A Coca Cola machine on the campus of Carnegie Melon University in the 1980’s is often held as being one of the earliest examples of the Internet of Things (IoT), even though the term IoT didn’t appear until almost a dozen and a half years later. In the beginning,...

Intelligent vs. Dumb Manufacturing Systems

Posted By Promess | July 15th, 2019
There is a lot of talk in manufacturing about having smarter processes, more intelligent systems, and more intelligent equipment, in order to minimize defects and maximize productivity, but very few of these conversations really define just what that means. In some cases,...

Cellular Manufacturing is the Future

Posted By Promess | July 11th, 2019
One of the newest trends in the arena of manufacturing is cellular manufacturing. Traditional assembly line manufacturing had operators perform their individual tasks, exactly as prescribed, over and over again, as the unit being assembled came past on a conveyor or was...

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