Assembly Systems (94)
Suppliers of vehicle manufacturing-line assembly systems and related equipment.
ACRO Automation Systems, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of automated assembly systems, automated forming and joining systems, and standard welding products.
AGM Automation Systems, Inc. in Toronto, Ontario.
A providerof industrial automation solutions. Capabilities include custom automatic assembly, quality assurance and material handling systems.
AirTech Controls Company, LLC in Wixom, Michigan.
A manufacturers representative of pneumatic controls and automation components. Application areas include automotive body-in-white (BIW) assembly.
Asymtek® in Carlsbad, California.
Supplies automated fluid dispensing equipment for automotive and other industrial manufacturing applications.
Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems LLC in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of electric and pneumatic tools, assembly systems and services that are used in industrial applications for automotive and general industry world-wide.
Atlas Technologies, Inc. in Fenton, Michigan.
Designs and builds sheet metal stamping quick die change systems, sheet metal and plate steel handling automation, and cart-based material handling for heavy/large loads. Products include quick die change systems, programmable tri-axis in-press transfers, transfer finger tooling, robotic press tending, destackers/stackers, stack turnovers, and end-of-line racking systems. Also make carts (tracked and non-tracked) for material transport of heavy and large objects in various manufacturing operations.
ATS Automation Tooling Systems, Inc. in Dayton, Ohio.
A provider of assembly system solutions ranging from lean manufacturing cells to fully automated assembly and test systems.
ATS Automation Tooling Systems, Inc. in Cambridge, Ontario.
A provider of automation solutions including assembly, machining, plastics molding, armature winding & coil winding, testing and data collection & analysis for the manufacture of automotive components and sub-assemblies such as steering, suspension and drivetrain, raking systems, engine and fuel systems, seating systems, windows and wipers, instrumentation, switches, controls, sensors and solenoids, safety systems, comfort and entertainment systems, closure and locking systems, sun roof, mirror and lighting systems.
Auto/Con Services, LLC in Fraser, Michigan.
Provides support services to automotive clients such as turnkey solutions focusing on system engineering & design, field installation & start-up, training and support. Staff includes engineers, programmers, technicians and specialists experienced in automation, assembly and machining. Capabilities include scheduling, project management, inventory management, total quality control, and maintenance support.
Automated Machine Systems, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A specialty machine builder. Areas of expertise include plastic joining, precision fastening, leak testing and clip installation.
Automation IG®, LLC in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
A supplier of machine controls as well as automated systems such as tube benders, robotic weld cells, assembly lines and custom machines. Capabilities include robotic integration, robotic welding, robotic weld cells, weld tooling, custom machining, robot tube benders, controls systems, weld monitors, toggle clamps and terminals.
BL Fabricators, Inc. in Scottsboro, Alabama.
A supplier of custom fabricated products. Automotive assembly line applications include axle racks, engine carts, carpet racks, base carts, fender racks, tailgate racks, side panel racks, fuel tank racks, hood frame racks, door component racks, drive shaft racks, hood component racks, torque converter racks, injector base racks, mulit-common racks, roof component racks and right rear inside racks, etc.
Bosch Rexroth Corporation in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of components, modules, systems and services in the areas of mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic drive and control technologies for factory automation and mobile applications.
Bosch Rexroth Corporation in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A supplier of linear motion products, Cartesian robotics and assembly technologies.
Branson Ultrasonics Corporation in Danbury, Connecticut.
Designs, developes, manufactures and markets plastics joining, precision cleaning, ultrasonic processing, and ultrasonic metal welding equipment. Automotive application areas include welding tail lamps, instrument panels, bumpers, manifolds, fuel filters, valves and sensors; cleaning ABS components, fuel injectors, electronic ignitions, and various precision parts.
Branson Ultrasonics Corporation in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A manufacturer of plastics joining equipment including ultrasonic, vibration (linear and orbital), hot plate, spin welders and laser IRAM welding as well as precision industrial and commercial ultrasonic cleaning equipment plus precision industrial and commercial ultrasonic cleaning equipment and metal welding equipment.
BTM Company, LLC in Marysville, Michigan.
Specializes in automated machines used for sheet metal joining via welding, riveting, and clinching technology. Products include automation and manufacturing devices such as clamps, grippers, locators, end arm effectors, stand-alone machines and fully automated assembly systems.
Burke E. Porter Machinery Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Provides testing solutions for end of line production vehicle testing including roll & brake testers, non contact alignment machines, headlight aiming systems, BSR machines, etc. Also producers of electric chassis & powertrain dynamometers for use in test and development labs. In addition to test systems also produces complete production tire and wheel assembly lines.
CHIRON America, Inc. in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A manufacturer and distributor of high-speed vertical machining centers and fully automated turnkey production cells. Machines range from single spindle, dual spindle, mill/turn, swivel spindles and multi profile systems. Features include work piece changers, chain magazines, higher speed options, five axis machining and three axis machining, bar feeders, rotary tables, ball screws or linear drives, glass scales and measurement systems etc. Offers service, training, rebuild, component rebuild, turnkey solutions, project management and consultative services.
Cincinnati Test Systems, Inc. in Harrison, Ohio.
A supplier of leak test instruments and turnkey systems and press force systems and monitors. Leak Test Systems utilize pressure decay, mass flow, helium sensing, and helium mass spectrometer systems. Leak test instruments include Sentinel C-20 and M24 (Multi Channel), pressure decay instruments; Sentinel I-24 multi test type (flow, pressure decay, differential pressure) instrument; and Falcon helium accumulation leak test systems. Signature analysis instruments include SAM100, SAM300, and SAM400 monitors and AMP and AMPH electromechanical servo press modules.
Cosma International, Inc. in Brampton, Ontario.
An automotive metal-forming supplier. Designs, engineers and manufactures exterior and interior vehicle systems. Products range from chassis stampings and bumper beams to large exterior sheet metal body panels.
Daifuku America Corporation in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
Provides automotive factory automation solutions.
Daifuku America Corporation in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Provides automotive factory automation conveying systems. Products include chainless conveyors sytems, chain conveyor systems, electrified monorail systems, engine test benches, paint systems, non-contacting power supply systems, etc. Application areas include pressing, welding, painting, assembly, parts storage and supply.
Daifuku Webb Holding Company in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Engineers, manufactures, installs, and services conveyor systems and automated material handling equipment. Products include skillet systems; skid conveyors; automated guided carts; chain conveyors; automatic guided vehicles; induction powered automated electrified monorails; automated storage and retrieval systems. Applications include paint shop, trim shop, chassis/engine build line, general assembly, and final assembly.
DBT, Inc. in Sparta, Tennessee.
A supplier of automated assembly stations and test equipment. Products include robotic and dedicated material handling systems; vision inspection systems; build-to-print machined components, precision inspection gauges, etc. Capabilities include CNC machining and CNC turning, coordinate measuring, in-house engineering, lathing, milling and grinding, etc.
Dearborn Midwest Conveyor Company in Taylor, Michigan.
Provides material handling systems to the automotive and other industries including overhead monorail systems, overhead/inverted power & free systems, skillet systems, automated electrified monorail systems, floor systems, specialty transfer systems, and light duty systems.
Dematic Corporation in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Designs, manufactures and installs material handling systems for manufacturers and others. Services include supply chain analysis, system design, project management, and implementation of integrated solutions, including: paperless picking technologies, automated storage and retrieval, material flow conveyors and high-speed sortation systems. Also provides integration of hardware, controls, and software allowing visualization and optimization of material flow, business processes, and supply chains.
DE-STA-CO Automotive in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A global supplier of work holding and automation products and services such as clamps, indexers, hydraulic workholding fixtures, grippers, linear motion systems, rotary motion systems, electric devices, robotic tooling, end effector systems, conveyors, etc.
Dominion Technologies Group, Inc. in Roseville, Michigan.
A provider of assembly line automation equipment.
Dynacast, Ltd. in Peterborough, Ontario.
Specializes in the design and manufacture of precision, zinc and magnesium flash-free die-cast components as well as injected metal assembly systems including work holding, liquid rivets and cable terminations. Capabilities include the production of injection metal assembly machines.
Dynamic Robotic Solutions, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of flexible manufacturing systems utilizing five- and six-axis robots. Products include turnkey robotic systems for the automotive and other industries. Process expertise includes water jet cutting, router trimming, laser trimming and scoring, deflashing, material handling, flexible measuring systems, assembly, adhesive dispensing, joining and welding. Capabilities include project management, engineering, simulation services, fabricating and machining, system integration and certification, software, training, service and support.
EAGLE Technologies Group in Bridgman, Michigan.
A provider of engineered manufacturing automation systems. Automotive application areas include steering columns, torque converters, water pumps, alternators, output shafts, clutches, differentials, valve body front axles, fuel pressure sensors, flywheels, piston ring connecting rods, fuel injectors, exhaust systems, chassis systems, braking systems, automatic transmissions and AC compressors, etc.
Essentra Components America in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Specializes in tapered caps and plugs, non-threaded caps and plugs, dip molded vinyl products, high temperature masking products, threaded caps and plugs, tear caps, packaging caps and plugs, electrical caps and plugs, flange caps and washers, netting. Other Products: Pipe and flange protection products.
Esys Automation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automation systems. Services include controls engineering. Automotive final assembly application areas include body, paint, sub-assembly, trim, chassis, etc.
FANUC Robotics America, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of robots, software and controls. Application areas include painting, assembly, machine tending, parts transfer, spot welding, arc welding, laser processing, cutting/grinding/deburring/polishing, waterjet cutting/routing, and dispensing robotics.
FEC, Inc. in Shelby Township, Michigan.
A supplier of automated electric fastening & servo press systems. Products include electric single-spindle nutrunners, electric multi-spindle nutrunners, electric servo presses, and turnkey automated assembly systems.
Forward Technology Industries, Inc. in Cokato, Minnesota.
Designs and manufactures plastic assembly and leak testing equipment including hot plate welders, vibration welders, infrared welders, spin welders and leak testing systems.
FUSO USA, Inc. in Lexington, Kentucky.
Services include design, fabrication, modification, and engineering support for automotive assembly line equipment. Capabilities include fully automated/robot integrated production line machines.
Futuris Automotive (U.S.), Inc. in Newark, California.
Designs, engineers and builds manufacturing systems for the global automotive and other industries. Specializes in solutions for automotive seating and interior trim products.
GE Intelligent Platforms in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A provider of industrial automation hardware, software and embedded computing systems solutions.
Graco, Inc. in North Canton, Ohio.
Manufactures positive displacement meter, mix and dispense equipment for dispensing of single and plural component materials. Applications include potting, vacuum encapsulation, adhesives sealing, bonding, casting, molding, and resin transfer molding.
Greenerd Press & Machine Co., Inc. in Nashua, New Hampshire.
A designer and manufacturer of machine tools including hydraulic presses available in bench, c-frame, 4-post, straight-side, and air-over-oil types. Also offers automated work cells and turn-key installations.
Guide Engineering, LLC in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Designs, builds, programs and installs industrial manufacturing equipment Areas of expertise include assembly & integration, controls & electrical design, machining & fabrication, mechanical design, project management as well as robotic material handling, dispensing, palletizing, end of arm tooling & fixturing, welding, etc.
HAHN Automation, Inc. in Hebron, Kentucky.
A supplier of automation systems for the automotive industry. Specializes in plastics and rubber technology, assembly and test calibration.
Helix Systems, Inc. in Bessemer, Alabama.
A provider of integrated mechanical,electrical and automation system solutions.
Hi-Tech Tool Industries, Inc. in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
An automotive tooling supplier. Capabilities range from system design through plant installation. Specializing in the design and build of resistance and arc welding equipment, general assembly equipment, fluid fill systems, metal forming, piercing and bending tooling as well as automated assembly and parts handling systems. Other products include automatic weld electrode tip dressers for robotic resistance welding applications and fluid fill heads.
Huff Technologies, Inc. in Morganfield, Kentucky.
A designer and manufacturer of custom testing, inspection, assembly, and process equipment. Specializes in PC/PLC based systems to assemble, machine, test, inspect, and process specific parts.
Hydromat, Inc. in St. Louis, Missouri.
A manufacturer of hydromat transfer machines.
ICA Cinetic Automation Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Designs, engineers and builds assembly and test systems for the automotive industry.
Industrial Automation, LLC in Franklin, Kentucky.
A special machine builder and integrator of robotic and vision systems. Site capabilities include engineering, fabrication, machining, programming, manufacturing, installation and service.
Industrial Automation, LLC in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of industrial automation systems. Product range includes table-top fixtures to robotic assembly lines.
J.D. Neuhaus L.P. in Sparks Glencoe, Maryland.
A manufacturer of pneumatic chain hoists, wire rope winches, overhead crane kits, and custom engineered lifting equipment.
KeenTec North America, Inc. in Oldcastle, Ontario.
A supplier of special-purpose machinery and automation equipment. Capabilities include robotics and plastic welding systems.
Kito USA in Lexington, Kentucky.
A supplier of electric hoists, small-capacity cranes, and slinging tools. Automotive manufacturing application areas include engines, transmissions, vehicle bodies, etc.
Konsei USA, Inc. in Hodgenville, Kentucky.
A supplier of factory automation systems including pneumatic air grippers.
Koops, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
Designs and builds factory automation equipment, assembly systems, robotics and vision equipment, work cells, material handling and test machines.
KUKA Assembly and Test Corporation in Saginaw, Michigan.
A manufacturer of test and assembly systems for engines, transmissions, axles/suspension/steering applications and other automotive components.
Kulicke & Soffa Industries, Inc. in Santa Ana, California.
Designs, manufactures and markets wire bonding equipment for the automotive and industrial markets worldwide. Products also include wire bonders to ultrasonically weld aluminum wires ranging from 1.5-20 mil/38-500 microns in diameter.
Lanco Assembly Systems, Inc. in Westbrook, Maine.
A manufacturer of components for production automation and a builder of flexible turnkey assembly machines.
Lomar Machine & Tool Company in Horton, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures hose crimp machines, tube end formers and benders, leak testers, as well as tooling and assembly equipment. Additional products include racks, pinions and gears for industrial machine applications. Full service contract machining and fabrication departments provide build to print, proto-type and short and long run production.
Machine Automation, Inc. in Knoxville, Tennessee.
A distributor of automation products and services. Products include sensors, automation systems, motion control systems, pneumatic and fluid power systems, etc. Services include staffing and training assistance.
MAG Automotive, LP in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A supplier of horizontal machining centers, horizontal boring mills and vertical turning centers and other machine tools.
Merritech, Inc. in Saginaw, Michigan.
Expertise in designing and building special production machines for automotive manufacturers and other industries. Products include standard assembly systems, special assembly machines, werth turning systems, friction welding equipment, metal removal machines and test machines.
Micromatic, LLC in Berne, Indiana.
A supplier of rotary actuators and automated assembly equipment.
Micro-Poise Measurement Systems, LLC in Streetsboro, Ohio.
A manufacturer of uniformity and special tire machinery such tire & wheel assembly uniformity machines and dynamic balance machines for tire and tire & wheel assembly.
Mid-South Industrial Automation in Cookeville, Tennessee.
A manufacturer and integrator of specialized assembly equipment (stand-alone work stations, lean manufacturing cells, rotary index tables, robotic work cells, cam-actuated systems, welding cells), test systems (attribute & gage, electro-mechanical function, vision inspection, decay leak & mass-spec leak), process & material handling equipment.
Morrell, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A provider of electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and lubrication system automation technology. Automotive application areas include powertrain machining, press shops, body shops, paint shops, powertrain assembly and final assembly.
MPT, Inc. in Dresden, Ontario.
A manufacturer of automated assembly equipment, leak test, inspection and gage equipment, robotic and other material handling equipment, industrial controls, etc. Applications include automated plating lines, windshield transfer and orient, brake cable manufacturing and robot material handling.
Nemeth Engineering Associates, Inc. in Crestwood, Kentucky.
Designs and manufactures radio frequency/dielectric heating equipment used for bonding, curling, drying, embossing, heat sealing, joining, preheating, sintering, and welding dielectric materials. Applications include interior doors, door panels and visors, attaching heel pads to carpet, assembling hoods, body panels and lights, gluing wood, preheating plastic resins prior to molding or pultrusion, curing and assembling composites, and drying both coatings and insulating materials such as ceramics, paper or wood and assembling hard glass backlights in convertibles. Facilities include an applications laboratory.
Nordson Corporation in Duluth, Georgia.
Engineers, manufactures, markets and tests systems for adhesive and sealant dispensing for body shop, glass priming, and tier one component assembly. Also provides powder coating, solvent-based and waterborne equipment for paint shop systems and as well engineers, manufactures, markets and tests fully-integrated, automated dispensing systems for applying adhesives and sealants in gasketing, bonding and sealing applications. Features include hot melt foam-in-place systems.
Omni Tool, Ltd. in Windsor, Ontario.
A manufacturer providing turn-key assembly/automation, robotics and productivity systems. Specializes in engine and transmission sub-assembly, suspension, components, custom hand tools and machining fixtures. Also provides custom machining, water jet cutting and wire cutting services.
Preh IMA Automation (PIA) Evansville, Inc. in Evansville, Indiana.
A supplier of automation assembly equipment. Specialties include motion controls, robotics integration and systems architecture.
Progressive Machine & Design, LLC in Victor, New York.
An assembly machine, tool and fixture supplier.
Puritan Automation, Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
A provider of design and build services for compound test systems and automated assembly equipment.
Radix, Inc. in Tecumseh, Ontario.
A supplier of automation equipment.
Redoe Mold Limited in Windsor, Ontario.
A producer of plastic injection, multi-color, multi-material, compression, prototype, and vac-form molds as well as trim dies as well as assembly and checking fixtures, assembly equipment, end of arm tooling, and hot plate welding tooling and machines. Automotive applications include tail lamps, head lamps, appliqués, reflective lens, and housings for both prototype and production molds.
Reko International Group, Inc. in Lakeshore, Ontario.
Designs and manufactures hot plate and ultrasonic welders, machining and boring units, material handling and robotic systems. Capabilities include fully automated gas tank assembly cells; multi-material welding; transfer systems and robotic material handling systems. Tooling includes soft trim, low compression tooling for automotive acoustics and carpet applications; 2 shot multi material and multi color injection tooling; as well as fixtures and gauges.
Rotor Clip Company, Inc. in Somerset, New Jersey.
A manufacturer of retaining rings for the automotive market. Products include installation tools such as applicators, pliers, dispensers and automated assembly equipment.
Sanyo Canadian Machine Works Incorporated in Elmira, Ontario.
A producer of automated welding assembly systems for automobile bodies and car engines, etc.
Sanyo Machine America Corporation in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures automatic welding systems, automatic assembly systems, friction roller conveyors, automatic measuring devices, robotics, automatic thread fastening devices, metal sheet bonding systems dies, jig centers, laser machining systems and 3-D test instruments.
Sealant Equipment & Engineering, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of adhesive and sealant dispensing equipment. Automotive applications include electronic ignitions, wheel rims, emblems, window mounts, tail lights, structural bonding of components (doors, fenders, hoods, etc.), dashboard foam repair, foam seat repair, anti-skid brakes, head lamps, board computers, filters, headlights, radiators, batteries, composite structures, transmission sealing, engine sealing, glass and mirror bonding, etc.
Sonics & Materials, Inc. in Newtown, Connecticut.
Designs and builds hand-held, bench-top and semi-automated plastics assembly and metal welding systems. Expertise includes 15-, 20-, 30- and 40 kHz ultrasonic assembly equipment, vibration welding technology, and other joining methods. Automotive applications include welding, staking and spot welding a wide variety of interior and under-the-hood parts and components. Product line includes microprocessor-controlled ultrasonic welders; wire splicers; battery pack welders; vibration welders; hot plate welders and spin welders.
Spraymation®, Inc. in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
A manufacturer of standard and custom designed, hot melt, cold adhesive and fluid dispensing equipment for applying dots, lines, beads, airless spray, air atomizing spray, swirl spray and slot coating patterns. Also provided is a line of complete automatic test panel spray machines and vertical/horizontal reciprocators for the automotive industry.
Stäubli Corporation in Duncan, South Carolina.
Connectors Division: supplies quick release couplings, multi-couplings and robotic tool changers for automotive manufacturing line application areas such as air pneumatic tools, fluid and gas lines, hydraulic systems, painting equipment, etc. Robotics Division: supplies industrial (includes painting & gauging) and clean room 5 & 6 axis robots for applications such as assembly, material handling, machine tending, painting and coating, finishing, deburring, polishing, gauging, testing, inspection, sealing/dispensing, etc.
Superior CAM, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
Provides prototype sheet-metal services. Products include sheet metal prototype panels including aluminum and quiet steel, low volume tooling and parts, engineering solutions and services, tool development, finite element analysis, light cloud scanning, robotic roll hemming, robotic DC welding for sub-assembly and final assembly.
teamtechnik Corporation in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
A supplier of production technology and flexible automation equipment.
The Steelastic Company, LLC in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
Designs and manufactures systems for the automatic production of reinforced steel belts and fabrics for use in automotive pneumatic rubber tires.
TranTek Automation Corporation in Traverse City, Michigan.
A supplier of engineered automation systems. Services include the design, development, assembly and validation of specialized automation machinery. Application areas include robotic system integration; material handling automation; automated assembly systems; automated MIG, TIG and Resistance welding systems; vision/quality inspection systems integration; etc. Products include drive systems; programmable robot transfer units (RTUs); and industrial gantry systems.
Turner Machine Company, Inc. in Smyrna, Tennessee.
A custom automated machinery and equipment builder. Products and services include assembly presses, automated dispensing equipment, automated welding & tooling systems, function testing equipment, leak & flow testing equipment, robotic automation systems, staking & forming equipment, vision systems, controls integration, machine shop and build-to-print services, etc.
Voss Industries, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A manufacturer of V-couplings, T-bolt band clamps, strap assemblies, sheet metal and machined flanges, roll formed rings, fabrications, bulge formed sheet metal parts, and cold headed fasteners. Finishing processes include passivation, paintings, and dry film and other lubricants.
Wes-Tech Automation Solutions, LLC in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
Provides factory automation solutions for the assembly and machining operations. Capabilities include custom engineered material handling systems, manufacturing/machine tool loading, and connectors. Standard products include conveyors, gantries & machine tool loading accessories, etc.
West Michigan Spline, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A provider of spline rolling machinery, tooling and consulting and related service. Products include face and center machines.
Wright-K Technology, Inc. in Saginaw, Michigan.
A provider of custom machine tool manufacturing services including the design, build, rebuild and integration of assembly, test, and welding systems as well as complete turnkey systems. Engineering services include product design and prototyping, mechanical machine design, and electrical controls design and analysis. Additional services offered include technical employment personnel placement, 3rd party containment services, and inspection.
Yaskawa America, Inc. in Miamisburg, Ohio.
Provides robots and complete robotic solutions for a wide range of applications such as arc welding; assembly; material cutting (laser, plasma, waterjet), handling, removal; painting; dispensing; and spot welding. Products include more than 175 robot models with 3 to 600 kg payloads, plus 15 families of fully integrated, pre-engineered solutions that include the robot(s), process equipment and safety equipment. Also provides custom robotic solutions.