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Phone 3888-640-3844
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  • 2110 East Walton Blvd., Ste. A, Auburn Hills, MI
    United States, 48326
    Phone248-364-3200
    Fax248-364-3371
  Main Organization  
  • 2110 East Walton Blvd., Ste. A, Auburn Hills, MI
    United States, 48326
    Phone248-364-3200
    Fax248-364-3371
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  • Patti Engineering, Inc. shared an update
    PostedMonday, February 4,2019 at 12:44 PM
    These and many other programming practices help to keep software code accessible for the original programmer and anyone who may need to read the code later. 
    
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    Software Etiquette - Patti Engineering
    When writing software, it’s important to write code that is organized and contains descriptive comments. This helps the code be more readable when the programmer goes back to it to make changes or debug. However, not just the original programmer need ...
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  • Patti Engineering, Inc. shared an update
    PostedMonday, December 17,2018 at 8:55 AM
    This technology can be applied to almost any situation to improve transparency. Tags can be applied to raw materials, finished goods, containers, tooling fixtures, vehicles, or AGVs.
    
    What is RTLS? - Patti Engineering
    Note: In March 2018, Siemens acquired the leader in RTLS technology, Agilion.  Have you ever spent hours searching your facility for a special piece of tooling that you know is in the plant somewhere? Or have you ever thought about increasing traffic ...
  • Patti Engineering, Inc. shared an update
    PostedFriday, November 2,2018 at 11:33 AM
    Not only did our customer get a brand new controls system up and running production in 7 days, but they now have machines that run faster, recover easier, and have less downtime than they have ever had in their 20-year history. http://bit.ly/2SGfXMb
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  • PostedMonday, July 23,2018 at 10:42 AM

    A critical part of executing a successful UHF RFID project is ensuring adequate antenna coverage of the read point. Antenna coverage is best considered during the design phase of a project, when there are many options to ensure proper tag reads. Antenna coverage must be checked during the commissioning phase, which may uncover gaps in antenna coverage. If corrective action is required during commissioning, the RFID application engineer has some options to eliminate the deficiencies. The option selected depends on the specific application and the RFID application engineer’s professional judgment.

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  • PostedMonday, April 20,2015 at 2:00 PM

    Patti Engineering, a Mitsubishi Authorized Integrator with extensive expertise in Mitsubishi automation technology, worked with Kawasaki Robotics (USA), Inc. to upgrade a robotics underbody sealer system for the Toyota Camry’s paint line at Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) in Lafayette, Indiana. See the case study for details.

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  • PostedFriday, April 17,2015 at 11:57 AM

    Siemens S5 to S7 Case Study. Knowing the S5s were discontinued years ago, Oetiker’s Production Engineer Jeremy Roberts and his team knew the older equipment with the S5 control system would become cumbersome in terms of cost and maintenance, with downtime potentially compromising production and adversely effecting Oetiker’s ability to service its customers’ needs in a timely fashion. Relying on Patti Engineering’s expertise in Siemens technology and control system upgrades, Oetiker’s team established a plan to upgrade their equipment’s legacy S5 control system to the more advanced and powerful Siemens S7.

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