This is automation

United States, 1955

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Defines automation and illustrates industrial applications of the principles of automation. Points out that automation can be applied to many different phases of manufacturing and a plant does not have to be fully automated to take advantage of present development. Automatic equipment is seen in operation in an electric bulb assembly plant, a pretzel factory, an automobile manufacturing plant. Mentions advantages of automation - increased efficiency, conservation of man-power, increased safety, improved quality.

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