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The formal design process evolves from the ROM, and normally begins with completion of the URS (User Requirements Specification). This document formalizes the technical and performance details of the new system to prevent downstream disappointments and shortcomings.
After the URS if finalized and approved, the design of the mechanical architecture is started, followed by the electrical and controls architecture. One of the most important components of the design process is technical risk “burn-down”. All known technical risks are documented in the URS. These items are addressed early in the design process using quickly fabricated and assembled prototype subsystems (often 3D printed).
The design process is punctuated by either online or in-person reviews with the client.* When the design is developed to the point that the client and Dynamic Control and Automation are satisfied that the project will meet the requirements of the URS, the design is considered “frozen”.
*Note: Virtual Reality (VR) systems are available for design reviews. The VR design review is an excellent method to experience and interact with the new system. It is also useful for timely discussions and adjustments to the project prior to design freeze.
After design freeze, the project advanced to the “Fabrication” phase.
Design concepts are generated after careful consideration of the client’s current situation, budget, and future needs. Normally, the most economical and effective solution is proposed via a ROM (Rough Order of Magnitude) document. This provides a useful platform to iterate and improve concepts based on feedback from the client.
The ROM will normally include models of the proposed system to help with visualization and discussion, as well as functional, performance and budgetary information for the proposed project.
Dynamic Control and Automation has in-house capability for the following:
This high degree of vertical integration allows us to ensure that projects meet the highest levels of workmanship and reliability.
Small Case Erector & Packaging Machine
This fantastic machine automatically packages phone cards, inspects their serial numbers and boxes and seals them. Simultaneously, packages of phone cards arrive on a conveyor as empty cardboard boxes are picked from a magazine and erected. The packages of phone cards are inspected then placed into the boxes.
Each package is inspected by a Cognex camera to ensure the correct label on each package matches the serial number of the box. Once filled, the box of phone cards are moved to a case sealer and then off loaded to a pallet.