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Assembly technology is constantly being developed, refined and researched to provide the most cost-effective and efficient solutions to manufacturing problems. Driven by increasing demands for better quality, faster production and minimum running costs, innovations are constantly being devised, tested and deployed throughout the manufacturing world. Assembly Automation aims to keep pace with new developments, making it invaluable to engineers and managers who design and apply automation systems in user industries all over the world.
Assembly Automation’s coverage includes (but is not restricted to):
Assembly Automation publishes specially commissioned features and peer reviewed research articles. Each issue has a theme that reflects the most interesting and strategically important research and development activities from around the world. A guest specialist, who is a recognised expert in the subject area, provides a viewpoint that introduces the theme. Because of this focus, a broad understanding of the most interesting and strategically important international activities taking place in the field can be built up, enabling readers to stay at the very forefront of industry developments. In addition to papers relating to the theme, each issue also publishes high quality research articles covering all aspects of assembly technology and automation.
The journal offers the latest international information and research reports with an emphasis on practical application, so that engineers and managers can gain immediate advantages on their own assembly lines. In addition to keeping you fully informed on research and developments in automated assembly, the journal also publishes current industry and product news, mini features, web sites, patents and book reviews, and an events diary so you know what's going on.
Academics and researchers, and engineers and managers working in a wide range of manufacturing industries such as domestic appliances, electrical and electronic engineering, food and pharmaceuticals, mechanical.
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