Lexmark designed their Inkjet cartridges to include a microchip that was crucial to the technology involved in their printing process. Initially Lexmark was placing these microchips by hand. With millions of cartridges sold each year, this became a tedious task that created a bottleneck in their manufacturing process. Lexmark needed to automate this process but struggled to find a way to properly secure the chip to the cartridge.
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