Machines

Your cup of tea? Mespic’s packaging solution

Mespic, with headquarters in northeast Italy, has worked with Omron to develop innovative all-in-one packaging solutions that end-users now demand, and that successful machine makers strive to provide. A recent example is this end-of-line plant for secondary and final packaging of tea. Flexibility and versatility are the two main drivers for the evolution of packaging
Machines

Omron partner with Converging Solutions to make the Pack Stacker competitive

Converging Solutions is a supplier of converging and end of line stacking solutions throughout the packaging industry. Learn how Converging Solutions and Omron partner to face the challenges in Converging Solutions’ changing market. The market for Converging Solutions has changed in three areas: more machines are being sold abroad; the machines are also sold for non-food applications; the
Technology

Single controller in a turnkey packaging line

Mecapack, a specialist manufacturer of primary and secondary packaging machines has recently developed a turnkey packaging line. Working in close cooperation with Omron has enabled the company to base its concept on a single line controller, a strategically important step forward, with which Mecapack intends to satisfy customer expectations both in its French home market
Technology

Learn how Omron and Autrial cocreated the S8VK

The S8VK, our brand new industrial power supply is designed to meet the requirements of the most demanding users. Autrial, a large panelbuilder in Spain, was consulted among others to ensure Omron created a product that suits the needs of the European industrial market. Our very own Taka, R&D engineer explains what was done to
Technology

Why not make it easy for ourselves?

There was an interesting review on the Amazon website recently from someone who had just bought a new PC. Almost everything about this computer was fantastic: the memory was awesome, the graphics system coped easily everything from movies to the latest games, the hard drive would hold the entire contents of the Library of Congress
Technology

The power of one: The Omron 361 Concept

It’s a truism that most of us encounter every day: little things can mean a lot. A word of thanks for a job well done, an act of kindness from a complete stranger, a free sample from a retailer – we’ve all experienced the feeling. It’s something that underpins Omron’s recently introduced “361° Approach” to
Technology

Going to extremes: or not? S8VK Power Supply Family

There was a time when virtually every manufactured product was built to withstand anything that could be thrown at it. There were lots of reasons, not least the fact that design knowhow was rather limited, so over-specifying was much the safer option. Of course, improvements in engineering, design, materials science and so on changed all
Creators

Zero defects: everybody wins

The concept of zero-defects is at the core of everything we do, in development, manufacturing, engineering, operational processes, logistics and all support departments. Everyone benefits: we have less wastage, our suppliers have fewer (or no) returns, and our customers get quality products. And, incidentally, our suppliers’ other customers also benefit from quality improvements. Everyone is