11 Apr Case Study: CRAM Engineers Save the Day for Food and Beverage Surface Plant
In many industries, efficient production relies on the smooth operation of interconnected machines. When one machine breaks down, it can bring the entire production line to a halt. This was the case for a manufacturer of decorative surfaces when their elephant stacker machine malfunctioned. Harrison Hart, a Mechanical Engineer based in WA and part of the Motion team, was called in to troubleshoot and find a solution.
Initially, the business was hesitant to receive engineering support, as they had been using the machine for over forty years. However, Harrison identified a critical issue: the machine lacked up-to-date technical drawings, and there was no proper maintenance knowledge. This lack of information was causing problems and hindering the machine’s performance.
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