As factory space becomes a premium in Taiwan, businesses must consider greater demand for floor space and deal with increasingly crowded workspaces. Less workspace for people to move in translates into greater potential for damaging products and equipment, especially with the sharp edges on PCB boards.
A pioneering automation equipment company has adopted Arestech’s TPM-3215 as a control interface for its PCB cutting production facility due to its scratch-resistant technology.
The TPM-3215 is well protected in such environments with its high surface hardness, but is also responsive to users requiring only a light touch to operate. Arestech’s TPM-3215 has an ultra-slim design with bottom panel I/O ports for easier connectivity that also saves space, making it the best choice as a user interface for the automation industry.