Machine Controls (49)
Suppliers of automotive manufacturing/assembly-line machine control systems and related equipment.
Advanced Engineering, Inc. in Franklin, Tennessee.
An integrator of manufacturing computer control and PLC systems. Automotive industry applications include engine assembly, stamping, body fabrication, painting, final assembly, plastics, etc.
Advanced Production Systems, Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky.
A provider of information and automation technology including automation controls, SCADA/MES systems, electrical panels, Andon displays and integration tools (I/Gear Data Transport Utility, WebAndon, Web Framework and GearBOX).
ASCO Valve, Inc. in Florham Park, New Jersey.
A supplier of fluid, pneumatic, and motion control components and systems. Products include numatic valve manifolds; fluid control valves; actuators and linear guided cylinders, slides, and grippers; pneumatic actuators, rodless cylinders, and air bellows; vacuum products; numatic accessories, etc.
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.
Automation IGŪ, 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.
Autoneum North America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of noise control and thermal insulation systems. Products include dampers, acoustic systems, interior trim, and thermal management systems.
Bosch Rexroth Corporation in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
A solutions supplier to automotive manufacturers and machine builders, which includes components, modules, systems, service, engineering, project management and training in the areas of hydraulic, pneumatic, CNC, electric servo drives, motors, plc and linear control and assembly technologies.
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.
DynaPath Systems, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
A supplier of CNC machines such as lathes, mills, etc. as well as milling machine controls, turning machine controls and control retrofits.
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.
Feedall, Inc. in Wiloughby, Ohio.
Manufactures non-vibratory, automated parts feeding systems utilizing elevating hopper feeders, magazine bar feeders and thru-feed conveyors to automate various machine tools and processes.
Festo Corporation in Hauppauge, New York.
A supplier of pneumatic valves, cylinders, and controls.
Freedom Technologies Corporation in Brighton, Michigan.
A systems integrator specializing in automated shop floor data collection solutions for inspection & identification applications to monitor & control shop floor operations. Functions include work-in-progress (WIP) tracking, label printing, and production information capture.
GE Intelligent Platforms in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A provider of industrial automation hardware, software and embedded computing systems solutions.
Helix Systems, Inc. in Bessemer, Alabama.
A provider of integrated mechanical,electrical and automation system solutions.
Heller Machine Tools L.P. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of machining centers, multi-head changers, flexible manufacturing systems, flexible systems transfer line, as well as crank and camshaft milling machines.
Hurco Companies, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Designs and produces interactive computer controls, software and computerized machine systems for the worldwide metal cutting and metal forming industries.
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.
Indicon Corporation in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A supplier of industrial automation controls. Services include system integration for process, tooling, material handling, monitoring and vision systems.
Industrial Control Associates, Inc. in Albany, Georgia.
Provides facility automation systems integratration and machine build services. Capabilities include custom fabricated machinery and control panels, electrical/mechanical installation and turn-key integration, custom robotics and motion applications, machine modification and enhancements as well as non-destructive testing systems.
ioSelect Inc. in San Diego, California.
A supplier of industrial monitoring and control instrumentation.
Jacobs Technology Inc. in Tullahoma, Tennessee.
Provides test facility services for the planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of technical facilities and specialized ancillary equipment that are used in research, development, and production testing applications.
Lenze Americas Corporation in Uxbridge, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of electrical and mechanical drives, motion control and automation systems. Products include frequency inverters, servo drives, gearboxes & geared motors, motors, controls as well as clutches & brakes.
Link Engineering Company in Plymouth, Michigan.
Designs, develops, manufactures, installs, and operates test systems for the automotive, truck, and other industries. Test systems applications include brakes, transmissions, clutches, axles, driveline components, steering systems, springs, tires, wheels, and other components. Also provides testing services globally.
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.
Marsh Bellofram Corporation in Newell, West Virginia.
A manufacturer of pressure and temperature instrumentation, elastomeric diaphragms, and control components.
MGA Research Corporation in Troy, Michigan.
Provides automotive safety test services, equipment, expertise and facilities to government agencies, vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, and other companies servicing the transportation sector. Facilities include a proving grounds and crash test center in Burlington, Wisconsin, as well as a component test facility located in Troy, Michigan. Products include equipment for applications such as dynamic sled, crash, durability, static, and environmental testing.
MGA Research Corporation in Akron, New York.
Provides automotive safety test services, equipment, expertise and facilities to government agencies, vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, and other companies servicing the transportation sector. Facilities include a proving grounds and crash test center in Burlington, Wisconsin, as well as two component test facilitys located in Troy, Michigan and Greer, South Carolina. Products include equipment for applications such as dynamic sled, crash, durability, static, and environmental testing.
MGA Research Corporation in Burlington, Wisconsin.
Provides engineering development, test services, equipment, expertise and facilities to the automotive and other industries.
MKS Instruments, Inc. in Andover, Massachusetts.
Manufactures instruments, components and subsystems for use in vacuum and gas-based manufacturing processes within the automotive industry. Products include portable mass spectrometer-based leak detectors, gas analysis equipment for combustion and emissions testing, mass flow controls, digital control network devices including I/O's and serial gateways, pressure sensors and transducers, vacuum gauges, pressure/vacuum control valves, and pressure/flow calibration systems.
Moore Tool Company in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
A manufacturer of jig grinders, 5-axis high speed precision hard milling machines, measuring machines, derivative products, accessories and contract precision machining capabilities; designing and building of special purpose, high precision machine tools, rotary tables, hydrostatic spindles and accessories. Services also include remanufacturing and retrofitting of a variety of machine tools.
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.
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.
OMRON Scientific Technologies, Inc. in Fremont, California.
A supplier of machine safeguarding products including light curtains, safety interlock switches, safety mats, and two-hand controls.
Pilz Automation Safety L.P. in Canton, Michigan.
A manufacturer of safety automation equipment and control products including safety relays for automation applications, safety PLCs, motion control systems, lockout/tagout systems, monitoring relays, rugged touch screen HMIs, emergency stop pushbuttons, safety sensors, two-hand enabling devices, electromechanical safety switches, light curtains, and muting lamps. Also provides consulting and training services.
PMC Systems Limited in Jackson, Ohio.
A designer of automation control systems. Application areas include plant equipment & process lines.
Quality First Systems, Inc. in Davisburg, Michigan.
Designs and builds special machines for leak testing and functional testing of automotive components such as engine, emissions, exhaust, and brake parts.
Rockwell Automation, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of industrial control and automation products, CNC, drives & motors, electrical operation interface, engineered solutions, general motion control, I/O systems, industrial computers, medium voltage drives, motor control centers, networks, open systems, power products, process control, programming controllers, sensors & software.
Ross North America in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of pneumatic components and systems for the automotive and other industries.
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.
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.
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.
The Myles Group in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of engineering testing and measurement services as well as consulting, testing, validation of prototype parts, containers and dunnage designs for automotive VMs and upper tier suppliers. Develops robots, hydraulic clutch systems for trucks, hydraulic and electronic closed loop systems for machine tool applications, integrates high speed servo controlled systems for injection molding machines, etc.
ThetaTTS, Inc. in Barrie, Ontario.
Expertise in metal formed components and their assemblies.
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.
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.
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.