eFlex Systems Announces Strategic Partnership with Turck

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich., August 6, 2018 --

eFlex Systems, a recognized industry leader in the design and implementation of advanced technology and digital manufacturing software solutions, announced today its strategic partnership with Turck, a global provider of industrial automation solutions. Through this strategic partnership, eFlex Systems will utilize Turck I/O technology for plant floor device configuration and communication within their digital manufacturing software platform.

Electronic Work Instructions Address Manufacturing Employee Retention, Quality

 Article Published in Quality Digest –July 18, 2018

Elude Lean Fatigue

 By Josh Easterling, Sales Representative at eFlex Systems 

Track and Trace for Small Food Manufacturers

 Article Published Food Quality & Safety, June 25, 2018 

Opinion: The Intersection of Paperless Work Instruction and IIoT Cobots

   Opinion article published Robotics & Automation News, May 2018

eFlex Systems Announces Strategic Partnership with Atlas Copco

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich.May 14, 2018 -- 

eFlex Systems announced today its strategic partnership with Atlas Copco, a leading provider of assembly solutions. Through this strategic partnership, eFlex Systems will integrate Atlas Copco's industrial fastening devices into Job Element Monitor (JEM) – the digital work instruction platform that will be used on a large medical device manufacturing project.    

Cloud Based MES, ETO, and Job Element Monitoring

   Article Published  AutomationMedia.com May 2018

Is SAAS for Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) Implementation the Key to Unlocking Immediate ROI?

 Article Published Automation.com May 4, 2018

Material Flow and Presentation Starts with Kitting Work Instructions and Job Element Monitoring

manufacturingtomorrow-2Just as kit trays are customized to meet the needs of the individual kits, transport systems documented in work instruction must be customized for efficiency and space utilization.  Article Published in Manufacturing Tomorrow, May 2018

Solving Quality and Process Challenges for Medical Manufacturing

When making instruments or equipment that will be used on the human body there is no room for error.  Consumers want to know that their pacemaker will keep their heart working properly.  The computerized axial tomography (CAT) scan will provide accurate diagnostic data for their physician.  The new orthopedic hip they received will fit properly and get them moving again.  Medical devices are invasive – they cut, examine, and repair the human body.  This is why medical manufacturers must strive for 100% quality standards – while meeting strict regulatory and compliance goals.