You may want to work process computer-based. No problem.
THERE IS A MANUAL MODE WHICH …
You own an AMADYNE full-automatic Production system? You appreciate the strong programming techniques our software supplies for all thinkable assembly jobs? Does it make sense to – as it were – switch off such intelligence? Yes. Sometimes. If volume production is not what you want there are good reasons to just use the assembly process computer in order to test a process or produce very small volumes (such as prototypes etc.).
… YOU CAN USE FOR SPECIAL JOBS.
Hence, switching from automatic to manual can be the better solution. And the machines’ high process quality can be used also. Users can easily position components by simple mouse clicks. In the same simple way they can accomplish Die Eject and Dispensing / Adhesive jobs. Teach-in or image processing support is not required. The complete handling, however, is still controlled by the automatic system so that users must not relinquish the appreciated AMADYNE quality.
For Some Special Job the Manual Operation Can be the Right Solution.