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Terry M. Brei

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About Terry M. Brei

I am the Electromechanical Manager at Sure Controls with a passion for delivering smiles to receive smiles. At Sure Controls we are passionate about helping keep Manufacturers competitive in the United States, specifically in the great state of WI. We have an extensive team of highly qualified experts looking to help improve safety, quality, and, efficiency. Our core competencies are focused on applications & markets requiring Thermal Process Control, Web Handling, and Robotics & Motion Control. My passion for automation extends into my passions for anything with an engine, running, and most importantly spending time with my family.

What is Robotic Machine Tending?

How Does Automated Machine Tending Work? Most machine tending is currently done by humans. Machine shops are using their human workforce to load and unload machines and to restart the program once the finished part is out of the way. The tasks are often repetitive and  qualified workers are becoming harder and harder to find, companies are introducing robots into their workshops to make up for the lack of employees. […]

By | April 19th, 2018|Robotics|Comments Off on What is Robotic Machine Tending?

How are Cartesian Robots Different?

“Until now, the collaborative robot market has been dominated by 6-axis articulated robots. These robots have complex geometries that create large workcells with significant dead space and make it difficult to teach positions. The simple Cartesian geometry of the PP100 is ideal for simple applications, and for adding process modules such as screwdrivers or dispense heads, and for mounting above equipment like conveyor belts. The integrated controls and ability to bridge conveyors allows this robot to be installed in many applications without taking up valuable floor space. Precise’s full line of industrial collaborative robots (SCARA, Cartesian, 6-axis) allows users to choose the right configuration for their application rather than trying to make a 6-axis robot fit into every workcell.” – Brian Carlisle, CEO of Precise Automation. […]

By | March 27th, 2018|Articles, Robotics|Comments Off on How are Cartesian Robots Different?

Fast-to-Deploy Collaborative Robots

Fast-To-Deploy Collaborative Robots Sawyer is designed to increase performance and adaptability What is a collaborative robot? If you look up collaborative robot on the internet there are some variations of what it is.  The literal definition of collaboration is The action of working with someone to produce or create something, which is the exact [...]

By | March 14th, 2018|Articles, Robotics|Comments Off on Fast-to-Deploy Collaborative Robots

Micro-Automation – Small Part Automation “No Part Too Small”

What do you typically do whenever you are researching or looking to start learning about a topic?  For me that research typically starts with the “Google Search.”  If I can’t find it on the web to start narrowing down my search it then leads to a much more interesting and for me fun adventure on [...]

By | March 29th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Micro-Automation – Small Part Automation “No Part Too Small”

How Does an Inductive Pressure Transducer Work?

What is an Inductive Pressure Transducer? As more and more of today’s industrial processes become automated, the demand for sensors that are capable of meeting the challenge has greatly increased. One important sensor in many modern electrical controls is the inductive pressure transducer. While the name may sound a bit intimidating, in reality it’s a sensor that works on a relatively simple principle. […]

By | April 21st, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on How Does an Inductive Pressure Transducer Work?