The term Industry 4.0 first entered the vocabulary in the last decade. In simple terms, it stands for the fourth industrial revolution. Over time, industry moved from a manual process to machinery and steam power. This transition was the first industrial revolution. The second big change was the result of electric processes and assembly lines. The third revolution was the result of computerization and automation. Industry 4.0 marks a major transition to artificial intelligence, big data, and cyber management systems.
3D Design adds value to valve manufacturing companies. As buyers look for more efficient ways to test products before beginning production, 3D design is quickly becoming an essential tool in the valve manufacturing industry.
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