Robots in the first-tier: What do suppliers want?

Vasilash, Gary S.
November 1997
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Nov97, Vol. 109 Issue 11, p64
Trade Publication
Provides a better understanding on what is going on with regards to industrial robot implementation among first-tier suppliers according to Don Brown, vice president of Fanuc Robotics. Brown's observation on the interest of suppliers; Difference between original equipment manufacturer (OEM) approach and suppliers approach; Five considerations that suppliers takes into account. INSET: Controls integration..


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