Doerfer Companies specializes in factory automation programs, starting at the earliest stages of product development. Doerfer then continues to work with clients through the entirety of a product’s life cycle, including design for manufacture, prototype development, mass production and on-going service. Doerfer’s involvement with customers at crucial times of product development helps to reduce component cost, improve automation system reliability, shorten implementation time and ensure long equipment life and functionality.
Doerfer offers full product lifecycle information storage. Databases are integrated between legacy data systems and system controllers, and Doerfer’s web-based human machine interfaces (HMIs) include OEE reporting.
Consultant/Service ProviderRobotic Assembly systems, Material Handling Systems, Sensors, Actuators
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