Semi-Automation

Giving Solutions to your works

Semi-Automated systems


It may seem counterintuitive, but some manufacturers may benefit more from semi-automatic solutions than fully automated ones. With semi-automation, we combine the advantages of automation — process stability, precise positioning, and higher speeds of movement — with the skills and comprehension of a human operator.



Benefits of semi-automation:-



  • Labor productivity is greatly improved

    A process that is not automated at all can be very time-consuming. The jump from no automation to semi-automation brings huge benefits, and the jump to full automation often brings limited benefits.


  • Human operators still need to use their brains

    It also means they can work on more tasks and have a richer work content.


  • Processes are much more flexible

    Since each task (rather than the whole process) is automated, the general workflow of a process can be reorganized easily.


  • Continuous improvement is possible

    Once you buy a big machine, you are stuck with it. Continuous improvement is impossible. The key is to keep control over the sequence of the tasks and the way they are performed. It is possible with low-complexity semi-automation


  • We are catering to all the engineering fabrication and Semi-Automation work at our dedicated unit Shree Mech.Our customer list includes well known companies like Cummins India Ltd., Ashok Leyland Ltd., MTU India Pvt. Ltd., L & T (Heavy Engg. Division), Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd., Atlas Copco and so on..


Tilting fixture for L & T Track Module

Indexing fixture for MTU Power Unit

Engine Turning Device (Engine weight 17T, Coast Guard