When operators with machinery have a mix of routine tasks as well as thinking exercises daily, they tend to be more attentive to changes in the routine tasks. And with a packing machine, that’s an advantage, oftentimes spotting early signs of problems when there is a performance deviation from what is expected.
It’s a bit like kicking a soccer ball 10,000 times; you’re going to get good at it sooner or later. The same applies with how the brain works with a mix of tasks. The routine tasks become cemented and the technician running the packing machine will notice when something is off faster than anyone else nearby.
A good machine system is made even better when the company that manufactures it makes themselves available to the customer for serious support issues. Packaging systems are like any other product, some are exceptional, and some shouldn’t have seen the light of day. The good ones remain top notch because the company that makes them backs up the product when things do start to go wrong.
And eventually, even the best of machines will start to have an issue over time. That’s when the customer support like the services provided by Klippenstein becomes the most important.