Arlyn Scales, a leader in the design and development of technology for the weighing industry, headquartered on Long Island, New York can design any type of scale to fit their customer’s needs. Arlyn’s customization scale services provide a comprehensive, versatile, and expansive suite of options for any application designed for any niche. No matter what the unique weighing solution need is, the New York based company will tailor it to fit your company. A very popular scale for manufacturers is a part counting scales, which depends on the scale to accurately determine the number of pieces it is weighing for correct packaging, kitting or billing. Arlyn’s parts counting digital scales are rugged, dependable and ideal for accurate inventory management, warehousing, and for counting parts with small unit weights. You may find these scales in factories and assembly line production facilities where they provide high volume output. Their counting scales meet the highest technical weighing requirements, as well as meet your demands for a simple operating design and user-friendliness. They are ideal for general hardware, industrial and educational weighing applications requiring parts inventories. For example, the parts may be weighed with or without a parts bin. Once the bin weight drops below a certain number, the parts suppliers know that it is time to replenish the bins with a new batch of components. Other places to find such high volume scales are electronic integrated circuit manufactures like Intel. Often, the parts are too small to accurately count by hand. This scale technology makes it much simpler. Perhaps they will be used by an automobile manufacturer where they assemble a very wide variety of assemblies and components. Toy factories are also situations that require this type of industrial scale. Another typical example would be if you were a stock keeper for an electrician contractor. Your job is to kit up inventory for all hardware with your goal of limiting issuing any extra supplies. In all likelihood any extras would not be returned into the original stock bins. Instead they would become a loss in the system. Arlyn’s parts counting scales look at the weight on the weighing platform and divide the weight by the number of pieces to compute. It’s truly a simple process in concept, but requires excellent equipment in order to implement well. In effect, the operator is just basically training the counting scale that one item that weighs an amount that we shall define as X is equal to one piece. Another issue for successful implementation with any counting scale is you must have pieces that have a consistent weight. No counting scale will ever work if there is a significant variation in the weight of the items. The amount of error in the final result will be dependent on how much the weight of individual pieces vary from each other. The larger the initial sample (say 100 pieces versus 10 pieces) the better results the counting scale can provide since it averages out any variations. The sample quantity is freely selectable and because the bigger the sample the better the result, the software in the machine automatically updates and enhances its average piece weight data as components are loaded onto the platform during counting. Arlyn’s Customization Services reduce costs, improve productivity, maximize efficiency, and enhance customer satisfaction across the lifecycle of the product. Even though all scales are manufactured in the USA, their customized scales offer affordable unitized pricing while providing quick and accurate comprehension of services and can often eliminate separate engineering charges. For those who are looking to create a scale to fit their specific niche, there are many factors to determine in choosing the right industrial scale. Some of the more obvious ones are size, capacity, ruggedness, and application. The real magic to Arlyn’s part counting scales is the fact that it cuts out the human error factor. When humans are required to do the hands on work, often the end number comes out wrong, which can be detrimental to a company’s bottom line. In general when a business comes up short or even long on its parts inventory, it can really affect the company’s dollars and cents of a businesses operation; especially a small business that cannot afford to make costly errors.