In just one week, we are ending the EZ-9000GR automatic tape dispenser promo.

“But I didn’t know there was one!” – you, aghast. Well, then you must not follow us on LinkedIn, because we’ve been pumping out reminders.

Something that you may not realize about automatic tape dispensers is that they follow the principles of lean manufacturing. It’s not just a tape dispenser, it’s a accuracy optimizer, a productivity enhancer, a waste reducer, and an injury eliminator. Convinced already? Take advantage of the free blade and roller kit offer before it ends.

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The Role of Tape Dispensers in Lean Manufacturing

Tape dispensers can help manufacturers fully embrace lean principles. By automating certain procedures, tape dispensers contribute to increased productivity, improved accuracy, reduced waste, and minimized physical strain on workers.

Increased Productivity

One of the primary benefits of using tape dispensers is increased productivity. These devices make the assembly process easier for workers by dispensing and cutting the correct amount of tape with precision. Through the press of a button or the use of sensors, tape dispensers ensure that workers can focus on other aspects of the assembly line while having tape readily available when needed.

Improved Accuracy

Also, the importance of consistency cannot be overstated, and tape dispensers deliver consistent results by cutting the same amount of tape each time. This level of accuracy is especially beneficial for applications requiring multiple pieces of tape as fasteners or seals, where uniformity leads to higher quality finished products.

Reduced Waste

Waste reduction is another way to lower costs and operate a lean facility. Certain tape, such as Kapton tape, can be expensive, making any waste costly. Tape dispensers cut tapes at precise measurements, minimizing waste caused by cutting too long or too short of pieces for specific applications. This efficiency not only reduces costs but also promotes sustainability by limiting material waste.

Reduced Strain and Injury Risk

Manual tape cutting can be physically demanding, leading to strain on workers’ hands and wrists, and increasing the risk of repetitive motion injuries. Tape dispensers alleviate this strain by automating the cutting process and reducing the physical strain on workers. By minimizing injury risks, tape dispensers contribute to a safer work environment while improving overall productivity.

To conclude, embrace lean manufacturing with automatic tape machines like the EZ-9000GR. By enhancing productivity, accuracy, waste reduction, and worker safety, tape dispensers align with the core objectives of lean manufacturing, making them a valuable asset for any manufacturing operation requiring the use of tapes as fasteners.

References:

  • Principles of Lean Manufacturing | ASCM. (n.d.). ascm.org