Laser Systems (49)
Suppliers of manufacturing/assembly-line laser systems and related equipment.
adapt laser systems, LLC in Kansas City, Missouri.
A supplier of laser cleaning and laser ablation technology for industrial applications to remove contaminants, production residue and coatings. Automotive applications include weld preparation, mold and tool cleaning and paint removal.
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 Precision, Inc. in Rockville, Maryland.
A supplier of metrology solutions such as laser-based measurement systems.
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.
Brüel & Kjær North America Inc. in Norcross, Georgia.
A provider of noise and vibration harshness (NVH) test equipment to the automotive industry. Products include microphones, accelerometers, laser vibrometers, force transducers, signal conditioning, sound level meters, shakers & controllers, NVH analyzers, and post processing software. Engineering support services include NVH consulting, continuing education classes, and production test services. Application areas of expertise include sound intensity, acoustic holography, modal analysis, order tracking, in vehicle data recording, human vibration, and passby noise systems. Capabilities include calibration of NVH test equipment at an A2LA and ISO 9000 certified calibration facility as well as onsite calibration.
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.
Clark-MXR, Inc. in Dexter, Michigan.
Products include lasers, optical parametric amplifiers, optical delay lines, harmonic converters and fentosecond micromachining workstations.
Control Micro Systems, Inc. in Winter Park, Florida.
A supplier of industrial laser systems. Products include CO2, Nd:YAG and Vanadate turnkey laser systems, etc. Automotive application areas include glass & plastics laser marking, metal & plastic laser welding, laser cutting, etc. Capabilities include custom laser applications incorporating robotics, vision systems, automation as well as existing SMT lines. Facilities include an applications laboratory.
Dantec Dynamics, Inc. in Holtsville, New York.
A provider of integrated measurement systems solutions for research into flows, turbulence, and particle dynamics, as well as optical systems for the optimization of industrial processes. Automotive application areas include body aerodynamics, component strain/stress & vibration, drag reduction, aero-acoustics research, passenger & engine compartment/radiator/duct/brake flow analysis, engine combustion diagnostics, exhaust systems, CFD code validation, etc.
DM3D Technology, LLC in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A producer of additive metal 3D tools using laser-based metal deposition. Automotive application areas include laser cladding high performance valve seats; hardfacing cylinder liners, piston rings, camshafts, etc.; hardfacing forging, extrusion, swaging tools (connecting rod tools, CV joint punches, etc.); bi-metallic injection mold tooling, etc.
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.
Electrox in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts.
A supplier of laser marking systems. Automotive application areas include day/night button marking, product indentification and component traceability.
Emag LLC in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of turning machines, milling machines, grinding machines and laser welding machines.
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.
Goessling USA, Inc. in Johnson City, Tennessee.
A manufacturer of conveying equipment, dumpers and tilters, handling equipment, special feeding systems as well as centrifuges and industrial washers.
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence in Wixom, Michigan.
A manufacturer of portable coordinate measuring machines (CMMs). Applications include inspection, measuring and/or reverse engineering.
Laserage Technology Corporation in Waukegan, Illinois.
A provider of various laser-related CO2 and Nd:YAG laser system services such as cutting, drilling, scribing, welding, and heat treating a wide variety of materials such as alumina, metals, plastics, glass, etc.
Leister Technologies, LLC in Itasca, Illinois.
A manufacturer of laser systems for welding thermoplastics and selective soldering.
LNA Laser Technology in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
A manufacturer of laser marking and engraving equipment for automotive industry identification and traceability.
Mahr Federal Inc. in Providence, Rhode Island.
A supplier of dimensional gauging equipment including calipers, micrometers, dial and digital indicators; mechanical, plug, air, and electronic gages; height gages and dimensional standards; calibration systems and lab gages; form, surface roughness and contour; gear and shaft measurement systems. Capabilities include custom design and gage build; gage repair, calibration, and field services.
Markem-Imaje in Kennesaw, Georgia.
Provides coding and marking solutions for the automotive industry. Products include ink jet printers and laser coders to provide serial numbering, internal product tracking, external traceability, bar-coding (including 2-D barcodes), and logo printing at high speeds on any surface and environment.
Marking Methods, Inc. in Alhambra, California.
Product identification equipment including electro-chemical and dot peen marking, laser marking, pad print, hot stamp, vibroetching and industrial silk screening.
Mitutoyo America Corporation in Aurora, Illinois.
Provides full-factory, integrated metrology systems. Products include calipers, micrometers, indicators, quality control software, form inspection instruments, coordinate measuring machines, digital readout systems, hardness testing instruments, height gages, optics and vision inspection systems, etc.
Miyachi Unitek Corporation in Monrovia, California.
A supplier of equipment and systems for resistance welding, laser welding, laser marking, heat seal bonding, atmosphere control, and hermetic sealing to the automotive and other industries. Automotive application areas include air bag assemblies, switch gear assemblies, motor assemblies and armatures, anti-lock brake solenoids, ignition controls, lighting assemblies, fuel injectors and day/night switches.
Omron Electronics, LLC in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
A supplier of industrial controls and electronic components. Products include programmable controls (PLCs), sensors, vision systems, operator interfaces, process and temperature controls, timers and counters, auto ID systems, servo drives, motors and inverters, machine safe guarding products and RFID.
Optical Gaging Products, Inc. in Rochester, New York.
A manufacturer of multisensor, dimensional measuring systems, using video, laser and touch probe technologies to measure dimensions of manufactured parts. Products include multisensor and video measuring systems, laser profile scanners, and optical comparators. Automotive applications include measurement of engine and drivetrain components, plastic components, circuit boards, connectors and components, and fasteners.
Pannier Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Specializes in metal tag systems for assembly and inventory tracking applications. Products include marking equipment and supplies such as dot peen, laser, ink jet, stamping, and industrial printing systems.
Perceptron, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Provides 3D laser scanning equipment and information-based process improvement solutions for non-contact measurement and inspection applications.
Polytec, Inc. in Irvine, California.
A supplier of laser-based, non-contact vibration and speed/length measurement systems. Laser vibrometry applications areas include research & development laboratories and quality control related to valve dynamics, brake squealing, shaft vibrations (deflection and torque), acoustic characterization of engine, body, drivetrain and other components and experimental modal analysis for the validation of mathematical models of structural dynamics.
Preco, Inc. in Somerset, Wisconsin.
Manufactures industrial laser systems for welding, cutting, drilling, and converting, as well as low-powered CO2 lasers. Offers standard and custom-designed laser components and systems; clamp-together beam delivery components; laser job shop for cutting, drilling, welding, and converting from prototype to production runs.
Prima Electro North America, LLC in Chicopee, Massachusetts.
A provider of CNC and general motion control products and electronic assemblies as well as the design, manufacture, sales and service of high-power industrial lasers.
ProPhotonix, Inc. in Salem, New Hampshire.
A designer and manufacturer of phase masks, specialty optical fiber, and advanced optical sub-components as well as structured light lasers, specialized fiber optic, fluorescent, and LED technologies for use in machine vision, industrial inspection, and other applications.
Prototech Laser, Inc. in Chesterfield, Michigan.
A supplier of laser cutting and robotic MIG welding equipment.
ROFIN-LASAG Lasers in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
A manufacturer of precision pulsed Nd:YAG laser sources and beam delivery systems. Automotive cutting, drilling, scribing and welding applications include brake discs, heat exchangers, transmission gears/linkages, batteries, connectors, lighting systems, connecting rods, gaskets, pistons/rings, valve trains, brushings/bearings and springs made of aluminum, ceramics, ferrous metals, powder metals, steel and stainless steel materials. Facilities include an onsite lab for feasibility testing.
ROFIN-SINAR Technologies, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A manufacturer of CO2, solid-state and direct diode laser beams sources and laser-based system solutions for cutting, welding, surface treatment, marking and microprocessing applications.
Schuler Incorporated in Canton, Michigan.
A manufacturer of metalforming products, systems, and services. Products include mechanical and hydraulic progressive die and transfer presses; mechnical and hydraulic tandem lines; mechanical and hydraulic tryout presses; front of line and end of line equipment; coil feed lines and electronic 3-axis transfer systems; press to press automation; hydroforming systems and dies, etc.
ShapeGrabber® Incorporated in Ottawa, Ontario.
Manufactures industrial 3D inspection systems for automotive applications using optical digital technology.
SICK, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A provider of factory automation solutions. Manufactures sensors, safety systems, machine vision and automatic identification solutions for the automotive industry. Products include industrial sensors, safety systems such as light curtains and automatic identification solutions such as bar code readers.
Solarius Development, Inc. in San Jose, California.
Manufactures optical and laser-based non-contact profilometers. The automated and semi-automated 3D measurement tools are used for surface profile analysis of a variety of automotive parts with sub-micron accuracy.
Soutec, Ltd. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of customized laser and resistance welding systems including quality control systems. Applications include tailored blanks, tubular blanks, fuel tanks, exhaust systems, oil filters, and brake components.
Starrett-Bytewise Measurement Systems in Columbus, Georgia.
Designs and manufactures non-contact laser measurement systems such as on-line, complex profile extrusion monitoring systems, general thickness, width, feature-guiding and edge-tracking laser sensors and systems and tire identification systems.
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.
Synrad, Inc. in Mukilteo, Washington.
A supplier of industrial CO2 lasers. Automotive manufacturing applications include welding, marking, and cutting.
tesa tape, Inc. in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A global manufacturer of pressure sensitive adhesive tapes. tesa provides professional solutions for permanent mounting, marking, securing and identification as well as black out design, permanent protection, hole covering, cable mounting, temporary protection, design painting, masking and wire harnessing.
TIP Engineering Group, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of seamless airbag technologies and related intellectual property.
Triangle Grinding Company, Inc. in New Haven, Michigan.
Specializes in precision and production centerless grinding, proto-types and laser/vision sorting. A re-manufacture and manufacturer of centerless grinders. Complete turn-key systems as well as replacement parts.
TRUMPF, Inc. in Farmington, Connecticut.
A manufacturer of fabricating equipment and industrial lasers.
VIEW Micro-Metrology in Tempe, Arizona.
A manufacturer of vision and laser-based inspection and measurement systems used for process control and quality assurance applications on the factory floor.
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.