|By PR Newswire||
|August 12, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
NAVARRE, Ohio, Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It's the age-old question: Is it better to automate with a machine or are man's two hands powerful and efficient enough? As the years go by, more and more people are turning to machines to do the work of a human. But is that always better?
Miller Weldmaster explores this topic in the "Man vs. Machine" video series. The manufacturer of industrial fabric welding machines knows first-hand how this debate could play out. With over 40 years of experience designing and manufacturing automated and standard welding machines, Miller Weldmaster's machines often out-perform other methods of fabric seaming.
"We know that our machines are used in place of other methods of industrial fabric welding because our machines offer the speed, efficiency and quality our customers demand," said Jeff Sponseller, Executive Vice President of Miller Weldmaster. "We wondered what happens when you pit man against machine in other scenarios."
Beginning with a trailer video, Miller Weldmaster explores which is stronger, faster and more efficient: man or machine. The first episode features a variety of scenes in which man battles it out against a machine. Whether a human is duking it out against a piece of construction equipment or going head-to-head with an automated welding machine, each battle results in either man or machine coming out victorious.
Visit Miller Weldmaster's YouTube channel to watch the trailer and first episode of "Man vs. Machine."
About Miller Weldmaster:
Miller Weldmaster, the first choice globally of all industrial fabric welding solutions, has offered rotary hot air, hot wedge and impulse welding equipment to the industrial fabric and thermoplastics industries for forty years. For the fabrication and automation of various products from awnings to truck tarpaulins, to inflatable boats, Miller Weldmaster has developed many of the first advancements in heat sealing technology. The company's historical record of industrial "firsts" demonstrates its ability to research, design, and build solutions using the most current and innovative features of the industry. Having sold machines in over 100 nations around the world, and with distributors in 20 countries, Miller Weldmaster Corporation is a leading international manufacturer and provider of solutions for plastic welding machines, with a commitment to customer satisfaction. The company is headquartered in Navarre, Ohio, USA.
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