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...and as a result improves lot traceability, inventory accuracy and quarantine control, and reduces its cost of poor quality. And, as implementation and application continues to expand throughout the company, more benefits surely are on the way.
With light-duty "throw-away" industrial machinery becoming more common, many well-known brands of resistance-welding machines from the last century are well worth the cost of remanufacturing and updating to new machine specifications.
Japanese manufacturers speak eloquently of the country's rebirth as a nation of quality, founded on a new era of Monozukuri or value creation. In our recent week-long tour of Japanese manufacturing facilities, courtesy of Amada, it's evident that the country has indeed carved out a new age of quality.
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