Today, Bright Machines, an industry leader in intelligent, software-defined manufacturing, announced a new partnership with Competitive Edge Manufacturing Equipment (CEME), which provides world-class automated electronic PCB assembly, inspection and test equipment. CEME will now offer Bright Machines Microfactories –– the combination of intelligent software with adaptive robotics to automate assembly and inspection tasks –– to their customers in the Southern California, Southern Nevada and Baja California regions.
“Bright Machines Microfactories have the potential to completely transform assembly and inspection for manufacturers,” said Steve Heinzen, Business Development Director, Bright Machines. “We’re thrilled to have CEME join our growing roster of manufacturers’ representatives, enabling even more in the industry to realize the potential of software-defined manufacturing in their production lines.”
“At CEME, we believe there is no client too small or too large, and all manufacturers have the potential to benefit from automation. We are excited to introduce Bright Machines to our growing customer base which ranges from smaller EMS providers to Fortune 500 EMS and OEM companies to help increase the quality, productivity and ROI of their assembly and inspection processes,” said Jeff Kline, Owner of CEME.
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