Rye Design, in partnership with Northeast Technology Center and A-Tech inc, are offering a 1.5-hour hands on learning event designed for Oklahoma manufacturers. We will be demonstrating new sensor, safety, and vision technology that manufacturers can use to aid in their quality, safety, and inspection processes.
How do you test your products? Is it easy? Is it accurate?
No matter what you make, no matter how you make it, we all worry about the quality of our products.
Quality in today's world can not be overstated...losing the trust of a customer from a bad good or article is incredibly expensive. Either through the loss of business or the struggle of retaining that business (discounts, offering money-back, replacement units, expedited shipping, rental equipment, ect).
Rye Design is a custom automation equipment manufacturer as well as an integrator for a variety of components and robotic lines. We are a custom shop and everything we do is engineered from the start to finish and designed to work and work well. Mostly we deal with one-off creations, where you need a specific machine to do a specific task. We will concept...
A cool application for robotics. Using a 4-axis robot to inspect that components are correctly installed on a PCB. Using laser measurement to look for objects in specific spots. This could be used in any assembly type application to insure everything is installed and installed correctly.
Rye Design is offering an informal learning event to introduce industrial robotic technology to Tulsa. This is a high level event that will go over robot applications and give tips as well as conversation with the experts. It's going down on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1st
Industrial automation is not just for the GM’s and GE’s anymore, factories are becoming smarter, faster, and more connected. In the past automation meant big bucks; items like microcontrollers, motion components and robotics where all hard to use and not easy to maintain. But with the technology transformation of the past decade, these components are now low cost, easy to
There are literally hundreds of metrics that business leaders can use to run their business today. Some are very valuable, some not so much. For Engineering, think of an engineer as a continually developing employee who will take years, if not decades, to become fully trained and proficient in a field of study. So the focus of metrics should
t’s amazing to me how many organizations have engineers and engineering departments that don’t contribute to the bottom line. In fact when I discuss Engineering with Owners/CEO’s they think of it as more a necessary cost than a profit center. Engineers should bring great value to your organization through continuous product and service improvement. Not that you can expect this to happen