Manufacturing often relies upon physical prototypes and lots of disparate data used by assembly planners and manufacturing engineers to determine how best to create or incorporate new products. Development of new work instructions also requires a lot of manual effort and distribution of material. Given social distancing and stay-at-home requirements, this process has become even more of a challenge. John Coughlan, CEO, TSP Engineering, explains how Covid has unwittingly been an accelerator of change.
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