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System Links Packaging Operations

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Volume 37, Issue 11, pp. 14

RAPID Line Integration uses packaging machine language to enable easier linkage between machinery across a packaging operation. This allows plant managers to monitor machines in a connected and standardized format, giving them visibility into the throughput of each machine and a centralized view of overall line performance. RAPID provides a flexible approach to integrating packaging machines and lines by allowing a single location to set up, control, and analyze the performance of an entire line. Users can benefit from a configurable line-control solution that provides instant overall equipment effectiveness reports on a packaging line and actionable error reporting, while saving time during installation and startup.

Rockwell Automation

 

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