As production quantities increase and quality requirements become more demanding, utilization of state-of-the-art automated systems become a necessity to remain competitive. We define “automation” as the use of mechanical JIGS, robotic equipment, and systems controls to optimize productivity by increasing production outputs and reducing human error. Whether you are faced with an increase in demand for the product you manufacture, wish to reduce current human labor levels, or want to increase the level of quality and consistency in your operation, the correct automation system will offer the solution.

Industrial Welding Automation

Our Services:
  • Fabrication of custom welding equipment and other metal processing machines
  • Installation and Re-location of welding cells, robotic cells, and other equipment
  • Refurbish/ Rebuild existing equipment
  • Custom Jigs and Tooling
Automation Equipment:
  • We develop, design, and manufacture top line automated welding cells
  • High volume, high speed, high quality manufacturing with TPS concepts
  • Efficiency deterrent factors are core principles of our design
Possible applications:
  • Assembly
  • Cutting
  • Polishing
  • Finishing
  • Dispensing
  • Packaging
  • Painting
  • Palletizing
  • Part Transfer
  • Pick and Place
  • Spot Welding
  • Arc Welding, and more.
Robotics & Automation

Our engineers will aid you in the selection that is right for you. We can also custom build the tool that will fit your specific application.

In our shop, we will assemble, test, and debug all systems. We will then invite you to visit us, inspect your equipment, and suggest or request any needed changes.

Jigs and the Benefits of Using Them
  • Secure the work piece in place with one or more clamps.
  • Accurately position the work piece in a pre-determined location.
  • Clamps can be powered by pneumatic or hydraulic forces
  • Jigs allow your cell to be flexible.
    • Example: If your application is a robotic welding cell, we could manufacture your jig to be exchangeable which would allow you to weld multiple part numbers in the same cell.
  • If your project were about to reach its phase-out period, you could utilize the same cell to produce another part, or you could at any point introduce a new project into the cell.
  • With the use on optical, magnetic, contact, and non-contact sensors added to the jig, we can introduce methods of mistake proofing your operation.
  • Jigs can be combined with an external axis of a robot, to allow movement such as rotating, spinning, or tilting. This allows faster cycle times and more flexibility.
Building your jig: Glove-like fit
Other Equipment
  • Multi-spot welders
  • Resistance Welding
  • Projection Welding
  • Aluminum Spot Welding
  • Stainless Steel Welding
  • Laser Cutters
  • Aluminum self-pierce riveting
  • Automated tapping machines
  • Automated drilling machines

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