NanoDex
NanoDex
Token: NanoX


About NNX: As Nanodex, we are working on Robot arm technologies. We design robot automation systems to be used in the production facilities of the factories. We produce more economical, more ergonomic and more advanced biological arms for amputes in

ICO dates
Start date: 2020-05-09
End date: 2020-09-09

Registrated in: Malta

Platform: Ethereum

PREMIUM ICO

NanoDex categories
Blockchain Platform Software
NanoDex token sale
KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
Soft cap 220000 USD
Hard cap 991284 USD
Tokens for sale 4505839
Token distribution in ICO
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Sold tokens 5000
Price 0.22 USD
Minimal investment 10 usd
Acceppting BNB,BTC,ETH,LTC
Bonus in ICO . Buzzin will be able to receive +5 NNX extra when they join ico, specially for airdrop participants. Ico price is $ 0.22 for this month (9 May 2020 - 9 June 2020). 10% bonus for purchases over 100 NNX coins and 25% bonus for purchases over 1000 NNX coins. In other months, Nanox coin price will change as stated on Onepager https://bit.ly/365jxXi
About NNX:
As Nanodex, we are working on Robot arm technologies. We design robot automation systems to be used in the production facilities of the factories. We produce more economical, more ergonomic and more advanced biological arms for amputes in the medical field. We will also work in the rocket industry in the further stages of the project. Our work continues at full speed. For now, we are only producing prototypes and we will continue these studies until we reach the targeted state. Then we will start mass production and ensure that our technologies reach all people. We would like to thank all our supporters who stand behind this strong stance and our companies and all our colleagues who provide us with opportunities in the field of robotic arm technologies.
Thanks.
Nanodex coins will be able to buy and sell NNX coins purchased from ico or earned by airdrop on NanoDex exchange. Buzzin will be able to receive +5 NNX extra when they join ico, specially for airdrop participants. Ico price is $ 0.22 for this month (9 May 2020 - 9 June 2020). 10% bonus for purchases over 100 NNX coins and 25% bonus for purchases over 1000 NNX coins. In other months, Nanox coin price will change as stated on Onepager
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Random whitepaper excerpts

Table of Contents
NNX Coin Usage Percentage & Area .................................. 2
Lean Systems and Robots .................................. 3
One Robot (Flexibility and Speed) .................................. 8
Ten Good Reasons Robots can Enhance
Lean Environments
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Robotic Surgery
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13
Rocket Factory & Robots .................................. 16
Medical Robot Hands
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17
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NNX Coin Usage Percentage
& Area
A total of 21.456 .378 Million NNX Coins were produced.
Where and how to use these demons as follows:
21%
ICO
5%
AIRDROP
&
BOUNTY
74%
OFFERED OF
SALE
To ensure even distribution and true decentralization, majorityof
the available supply 1.072,818 of the NNX Coin ~5% 850.000 (850
thousand) will be distributed through airdrops, 222.818 ~1 would
be distributed through bounty the rest of the ~74% will be retained
by the team forits members and for the promotion/marketing of
the currency as well as for listing on exchanges.
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Lean Systems and Robots
4 Ten Ways Robots Enhance Lean Manufacturing Environ-
mentsLean Systems and RobotsOne thing that often gets
overlooked is that automation systems (with or without
robots) can actually speed up the creation of waste and
reduce profitability if not designed into the system proper-
ly. No automation system or robotic solution is by nature
lean by themselves. Designing the manufacturing system
to be lean is one of the largest challenges faced by engine-
ers today. A few of the factors which must be taken into
account while designing a lean manufacturing system with
robots.
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Ten Ways Robots Enhance Lean
Manufacturing Environments
Traditional production lines are designed to be an effective
collaboration between man and machine. While the mac-
hines (including robots) can be programmed for optimal
performance, people cannot. Effective “lean” robot cells
must take this into account. An efficiently designed auto-
mated robotic station must take into account the “human
variable” and not limit the stations ahead in the line by
rigidly ensuring consistent system performance.Most im-
portantly, the decision to use robots must be justified by
an ROI (return on investment) analysis. Small and large ma-
nufacturers have proven today’s robots can significantly
improve the ROI in a manufacturing environment, especi-
ally when implementing robots in support of a lean initiati-
ve – but again, planning is critical. The robots must be pro-
perly incorporated into the overall lean manufacturing en-
vironment to get the desired results.

Case Studies – Robots in
Lean Systems
Prior to robots, material handling and machine tending
were purely manual tasks. Operators would transport ma-
terial from one fixture or machine to the next, wait on the
equipment to finish its task, and then relocate the proces-
sed part(s) to another tool or process fixture. Several ope-
rators were usually required. Today, these labor-intensive
tasks are often accomplished using robots, especially in
operations requiring high speed and accuracy. Many appli-
cations, such as baked goods coming out of an oven on a
conveyor, are picked and set into their packaging. Then,
the individually packaged products are automatically
placed into cases, ready to be palletized. The palletizing
robot can then place cases accurately on the pallet. Each
of these robotic applications may be configured specifical-
ly for the customer the product is being shipped to. For
example, Walmart may have a different packaging and pal-
letizing...

How do robots make the system lean? There is no wait
time for operators. A material handling robot can be set up
to multi-task, performing additional processing operations
between operations. Robots have negligible downtime.
Robots deliver a limited production loss compared to
manual operations which tend to be error prone and in-
consistent in terms of production rate, shifts, work breaks,
etc. Robots are less expensive to operate, compared to
human labor – especially when overtime is required.
Robots’ return on investment can be quickly realized when
there is high demand for the manufactured product.
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Multiple Applications - One Robot
(Flexibility and Speed)
To incorporate robots into a lean manufacturing environ-
ment, engineers should look to process as many operations
as possible within the given floor space. Standard industrial
robots have a single tool mounted to a single arm, which is
more efficient than human labor, but limiting due to the
lack of flexibility. Today’s robots can incorporate tool chan-
gers to allow the robot to handle more than one task. With
one robot now able to perform multiple functions, the ma-
nufacturer will see improved utilization, and has the ability
to create a leaner manufacturing environment overall.
In the die cast industry, robots are commonly used for ma-
terial handling parts as well as de-gating and finishing ope-
rations like deburring and grinding.Robots in an automotive
body shop are often used for material handling of parts as
well as welding or sealant application. Robots that need to
perform more than one functi...

Workplace Safety and Robots
Most manufacturing operations have a degree of human
injury risk. One of the primary reasons to automate a pro-
cess using robots is to improve workplace safety. High-risk
tasks like unloading parts from a fast-moving press or wor-
king with molten metal are definitely not tasks suited for
human operators. In these cases, robots are invaluable in
lowering the risk of injury or death.An unsafe workplace
leads to fear-driven human inefficiency, lowered producti-
on rates, higher insurance and workmen’s compensation
costs, and high employee turnover. Conversely, a safe
workplace boosts morale, increases employee retention
and lowers costs, which ultimately improves the bottom
line. And again, robots can significantly elevate the nature
of work by removing people from dull, dirty & dangerous.
Robots can make the work environment safer by perfor-
ming functions that are unsafe for humans, but robots
themselves can be unsafe. For exampl...