Writing Instruments

Writing instruments have been essential tools to communicate and create permanent records. The evolution of technology has also changed how we write. Writing instruments have been used for millennia, and the most recognizable writing instruments have not changed in shape since then. A stylus was originally used to etch on material with a pointy end and blunt end to smudge the markings. Lead, charcoal, wax, and other materials brought pencils. Ink brought us feathers, fountain pens, ball-point pens, and also markers when used with felt.

Modern writing instruments are multi-part component devices requiring rapid and precise assembly and filling, followed by packaging.

Orientech’s process patent has brought speed and precision to the assembly of writing instruments. You may be taking notes with a pen or marker, and possibly writing on a whiteboard with an erasable marker that was assembled with an Orientech assembly line.

Color markers

Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) & Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) Industry

CPG (Consumer Packaged Goods), often referred to as FMCG (Fast-Moving Consumer Goods), cover a wide range of products found in grocery stores/supermarkets, convenience stores, drug stores, and wholesale clubs. The most common examples include non-durable goods, including toiletries, OTC (Over the Counter) drugs, medication, and vitamins, laundry solutions, beverages, packed food, to mention a few.

CPG companies have evolved CPG packaging to have their products stand out to consumers, rather than a standardized look-alike packaging. Lately, even functionality has become essential in brand identification, as well as the choice of materials for environmental purposes. These advances in design, either for look, or functionality, have brought forward operational challenges often overlooked throughout the design process.

Operational challenges include the assembly of subcomponents of non-standardized designs and new materials requiring special handling.
The opportunity to meet operational objectives is part of Orientech’s expertise, providing added value services by assembling multi-part components that require particular in-line production needs.

Orientech has helped companies grow revenue by providing them with custom solutions. These solutions enable them to offer new services ranging from, component feeding equipment, part orientation systems, multi-part component assembly lines, visual inspection cells, labeling, to stacking and packing components and final products. By understanding the overall “VSM” (Value Stream Mapping), these solutions brought improvements to different areas of their process. Efficiencies in run-rates, improved quality, and often lowered shipping costs, by stacking and packing, are a few examples of where operations are improved, or new packaging may run at an accustomed rate, with our automated and semi-automated solutions.

We take the time to understand your realities and put solutions in place to maximize every step of your product’s assembly process.

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From parts to part

Not everyone has the expertise to handle every part of your project. You may benefit from Orientech’s cumulative experience centered on the design and build of small-part assembly machines.

Other industries for which Orientech develops and builds assembly lines, include:

  • HVAC
  • Food and Beverage
  • Tobacco
  • Electrical Components
  • Industrial Applications
  • Hardware tools
  • Appliance
  • Small Appliance
  • Defense Equipment
  • Ammunition
  • Furniture Hardware
  • Sporting Goods
  • Cannabis Accessories

Orientech has kept its focus on bringing value to any industry requiring assembly of small parts. Our cross-industry experience has brought depth to our team with a focus on small parts. Our patented processes have enabled us to repeat assembly operations that often would not be thought possible.

We design and manufacture customized solutions for the assembly of small parts, using positioning systems, assembly systems, vision, and robotics in a multitude of industries. Our continued success in the field of automation fuels our innovative approach to designing custom-built equipment. This experience allows us to evaluate your projects with excellent precision, even at the budgetary stage, from any industry.

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