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HOW THINGS ARE MADE IS OUR THING

We “teach” robots. We give “eyes” to machines. We give our customers the ability to control and troubleshoot a remote site from the comfort of their home.

We make machines and processes faster, smarter, and better through the utilization of industrial automation technology.

Our team thinks outside the box and stays abreast of the latest technologies. Knowing how things are made, how things work, and how to make them better is not just fun for us — it’s our passion.

We’re always looking for other talented, creative, passionate folks to join our team. Is that you? If so, let’s talk.

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PROJECTS PORTFOLIO

  • Software
    Portable Heat Treating Equipment
    Created a fully networked PLC-based control system, along with both a local interface and a web-based GUI to allow for remote control over a very complex heat treating process
  • Collaborative robot packaging cell
    Packaging Cell for Injection Molding Company
    Developed a cobot-based system that fully automates the inspection, organization, and packaging of 220 injection molded parts
  • MiR mobile industrial robot
    Finished Goods Delivery with Mobile Robot
    A wood products manufacturer automated the delivery of finished goods from the packaging line to the shipping dock (a distance of over 400 yards) utilizing the MiR Hook
  • Robotic line loading
    Robotic Line Loading
    Automated the material handling of metal parts from a quench tank to a vision guided robot that would pick the part, present it to an inspection system, and load the good parts onto a fixed conveyor every 5 seconds
  • Software
    Closed System Part Traceability
    Created an add-on system for an OEM machine to verify a correct part was placed in the correct part fixture, utilizing barcode readers to read 2D codes/part/fixture and a PLC/HMI to verify an acceptable combination and provide operator feedback
  • Cognex code reader
    Barcode Readers for Medical OEM
    An OEM in the medical industry had an application for a barcode reader that required a ~20" depth of field and custom lighting due to the shiny material on which the barcode was printed
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