Systems Integrator Builds Mousetraps Better

July 2009
Assembly;Jul2009, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p8
An interview with systems integrator Isthmus Engineering & Manufacturing sales engineer Jane Feller is presented. Feller describes the specifications of the company's system that automatically assembles and packages mousetraps. She likewise discusses the checks and inspections included in the assembly process. When asked about the most challenging part in designing and building such system, Feller states that custom folding the packaging was the challenging part.


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