News & Articles

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    Jul
    2010

    On July 21 Autonetics met with representatives of Micro Epsilon America to review new developments in laser micrometer and thermal imaging fields. Micro Epsilon’s high resolution optical micrometers are a critical component of our in-process, non-contact, gauging solutions therefore we strive to remain informed

  • 16

    Jul
    2010

    Gaging solutions for large and small diameter shafts, cams, spindles or axles. Autonetics patented process of non-contact robotic gauging addresses a lapse in quality control concerning the turning, shaping and fabrication of items. Our product specifically addresses measurement of item dimensions while still in

  • 15

    Jul
    2010

    The future of palletization is in innovation and optimization. Reducing the processes and steps in warehousing reduces errors. At Autonetics we know the number of automation instructions just through re-entering data multiple times is staggering and results in direct loss of productivity, effectiveness, accuracy,

  • 15

    Jul
    2010

    A philosophy of customer service. Our vision of how to lead a company is based on three principles: know your product; understand your customer; and don’t accept mediocrity. Most companies view customer needs, wants, and desires from their own perspective.  This is unfortunately the case

  • 10

    Apr
    2010

    In-process diametrical gauging with temperature compensation. The Autonetics research team is currently investigating remote temperature sensors in a real world association with metal expansion during hard turning or forging. The sensor will be integrated with our gauging end effectors to form a cohesive unit

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