In our previous article in this series How OEMs Can Digitize Their Products Easily With Smart HMIs we looked at how tap2.cloud technology works and what kind of functionality it enables. But let’s face it: cloud-connected machinery and equipment is not new....
High-quality plastic parts in the flexible 3D printing process as a fast, cost-effective alternative to the costly but established injection molding process: So-called rapid prototyping is now being used not only for prototypes, but also increasingly for the...
Is the equipment and machinery that you produce ready for the future? When manufacturers build machines, whether for use in the home or in industrial settings, users today expect smart and user-friendly functionality. With tap2.cloud we offer exactly that to OEMs....
In the previous post in this series on designing the perfect human-machine interface (HMI), we looked at the nitty-gritty of machine design: its electronics. Today, in our final post of this series, we’re going to assess the operating environment and its...
In the previous post in this series on designing the perfect human-machine interface (HMI), we took a brief look at aesthetic and stylistic considerations when designing the HMI and discovered it’s more important than just “how it looks.” Today,...
In our previous post of this series on designing the perfect human-machine interface (HMI), we discussed user experience and the psychological aspects of the HMI. Today, we’re going to take a deeper dive into the dimension of product design with the most tangible...
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