Miscellaneous Equipment and/or Tools (321)
Suppliers of various automotive manufacturing and assembly-line equipment and tools.
3D Systems Corporation in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Provides automotive manufacturers rapid product development services from 3D concept designs to finished 3D printed objects. Features include fabrication of solid objects using input from CAD/CAM/CAE systems via patented technologies of stereolithography (SL), and selective laser sintering (SLS) technologies, and 3D printing.
5ME, LLC in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Areas of expertise include cryogenic machining. Provides related tooling, tool holders, and coolants, as well solutions for process optimization, work-holding/fixture design, clamping and automation, turnkey systems and manufacturing software.
A.A. Jansson, Inc. in Waterford, Michigan.
Suppliers metrology equipment including CMMs, optical comparators, surface plates, vision/video systems, hardness testers, mikrokators, fixed limit gages, gage blocks, and hand tools etc.
ABB, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A provider of industrial robots, modular manufacturing systems and service to the automotive industry. Areas of expertise include robots and robotic systems, software, controls and vision products for body-in-white, press automation, paint automation, powertrain, arc welding, spot welding, material handling/machine tending and dispensing solutions.
ABBOTT Furnace Company in St. Marys, Pennsylvania.
An industrial furnace manufacturer specializing in continuous belt industrial furnaces. Applications include powdered metal, heat treating, brazing, annealing, sintering, thick film processing and fuel cells.
ACCU-CUT Diamond Tool and Bore Sizing Systems, Inc. in Norridge, Illinois.
Specializes in diamond bore sizing machines for honing, ID finishing, lapping, seating, hard-broaching and super finshing; diamond bore sizing tooling for honing, ID finishing, lapping, seats, hard-broaching and super finishing; as well as diamond bore sizing/finishing reamers
Accurate Gauge & Manufacturing Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Produces precision parts for heavy-duty truck, commercial vehicle and automotive industries. Capabilities include manufacturing, engineering, CNC machining, tool & fixture design, etc.
Accuromm U.S.A., Inc. in Lexington, Kentucky.
A supplier of drilling and tooling products including carbide drills, PCD drills, carbide reamers, PCD reamers as well as indexable inserts, grooving cutters, angel head head holders, cartridge holders, guide pad boring tooling, honing heads, and valve finishers, etc.
Acme Manufacturing Company in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of buffing, polishing, grinding and deburring systems. Automotive applications include cylinder heads, connecting rods, camshafts, axle shafts, climate control components, powdered metal parts, cylinder blocks, piston pins, crankshafts, transmission components, fuel handling components, exhaust stacks & components, etc.
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.
Adhesive Technologies, Inc. in Hampton, New Hampshire.
A manufacturer of hot melt adhesives, applicators and structural adhesives. Specializes in high temperature resistant adhesives for interior trim assembly applications. Structural line includes methyl methacylate and epoxy systems designed for bonding of thermoplastic, metal and composite assemblies.
Admiral Broach Company, Inc. in Clinton Township, Michigan.
A producer of broach cutting tools and broaching machines. Services include production broaching.
Advanced Filtration Concepts, Inc. in New Albany, Indiana.
A supplier of industrial lubricoolant filtration and metal chips & scrap processing equipment.
Advanced Machine and Engineering Company in Rockford, Illinois.
Expertise in the design and manufacture of pneumatic-electronic gages and control devices.
Agilent Technologies Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
A supplier of test and measuring products. Automotive applications include exterior lighting (CHMSL, rear combination lights, number plate lights and turn signals), interior lighting and indication and navigation & entertainment systems (backlighting for LCDs and switches).
Ahaus Tool and Engineering, Inc. in Richmond, Indiana.
Designers and builders of machines, work holding fixtures and heat exchanger equipment.
AIDA America Corporation in Dayton, Ohio.
A manufacturer of metal forming and stamping presses.
Airecon Manufacturing Corporation in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A supplier of mist and dust collection systems, stack demisters and cyclones, etc.
Airmo, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A global supplier of hydrostatic pressure systems and tool solutions serving the automotive industry. Products include test tools suitable for pressure testing tubes, pipes, and assemblies up to 40,000 psi, single shape end forming tools as well as hydro-mechanical tube expansion tools. Other products include high-pressure accessories and components with working pressures up to 60,000 psi.
Albany Door Systems in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
A supplier of high speed industrial doors for automotive assembly line and other applications. Products include safety doors, roll-up doors, machine protection doors, fabric doors, etc.
Alcoa Fastening Systems in Waco, Texas.
A designer and manufacturer of proprietary fasteners and fastener installation systems. Products include structural and non structural blind fasteners, two piece structural lock bolts, threaded fasteners, and custom cold-headed products, as well as installation tooling for blind and lock bolt fasteners.
Alroko, Inc. in Pleasantville, New York.
A supplier of brake friction raw materials and mixes as well as equipment and machinery for producing and testing brake friction materials.
Amada America, Inc. in Buena Park, California.
A supplier of sheet metal fabricating equipment including CNC turret punch presses, lasers, press brakes, shears, flexible manufacturing systems and software.
American Dornier Machinery Corporation in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A supplier of rapier and air-jet weaving machines. Applications include airbag and upholstery fabric.
Anchor Danly Company in Windsor, Ontario.
A manufacturer and distributor of die sets, die components, steel plates and metal fabrications used in the production of tools, dies, molds and equipment for metal working and plastics injection molding.
Anchor Lamina America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer and distributor of tool, die, and mold components. Products ares include die & mold, pins & bushings, guide & wear, die cams, die springs, punches, hydraulic motors, and hydraulic equipment, etc.
Anderson-Cook, Inc. in Clinton Township, Michigan.
Products includes include spline rolling machines, tooling and powertrain components.
Answer Precision Tool, Inc. in Kitchener, Ontario.
Specializing in the manufacture of automotive checking fixtures and gauges including attribute data gauges, variable data gauges, CMM holding fixtures and automated inspection stations. Also manufactures automated equipment to be used in a production environment or integrated into a quality system. Capabilities include manufacturing of parts requiring CNC machining 3-5 axis, turning and welding. Secondary processes include painting, powder coating, anodizing, oxiding etc.
Antaya Technologies Corporation in Cranston, Rhode Island.
A supplier of terminals, wire assemblies, braid assemblies and controlled soldering equipment to the automotive glass industry. Capabilities include raw material fabrication, stamping, wire cutting, crimping, fluxing and assembly.
AP&T North America, Inc. in Monroe, North Carolina.
Designs and manufactures complete production lines, automation, hydraulic presses and tools for the production of sheet metal components as well as hydroforming units for tubes, profiles and flat sheet metal.
Application Engineering, Inc. in South Haven, Michigan.
Specializes in the design of mechanical components for engine and powertrain test cells. Products include dynamometers, engine handling equipment, drive line components, cooling systems, fuel systems and actuator systems, etc.
Applied Materials, Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
A supplier of thin film deposition equipment to apply glass coatings for automotive and other applications.
Applied Robotics, Inc. in Glenville, New York.
A provider of specialized automation end-of-arm tooling and connectivity solutions for automation-based processes. Product sets include tool changers, collision sensors, grippers and other end effectors for the automotive and other industries. Applications include material handling, assembly, cutting, dispensing, machining and welding.
Aristo-Cast, Inc. in Almont, Michigan.
A foundry specializing in close tolerance investment casting. Secondary capabilities include machining, heat treating, coating, and assembly.
ARKK Engineering, Inc. in Oak Park, Michigan.
A provider of automotive wheel and tire processing tooling systems.
Armo Tool Limited in London, Ontario.
A provider of precision tooling, custom automation and stamping dies
Aska USA Corporation in Frankfort, Kentucky.
A provider of industrial factory automation systems.
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 Material Testing Technology, LLC in Mount Prospect, Illinois.
Provides weathering testing services and technology. Products include testing instruments for weathering and materials durability such as xenon arc instruments, flourescent devices, metal halide systems, mercury vapor light systems, etc.
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.
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 and Metrology, Inc. in Mentor, Ohio.
A distributor of linear and rotary position feedback, custom gages and precision measurement systems.
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.
Automotive Gauge & Fixture, Ltd. in Windsor, Ontario.
Provides CMM holding fixtures, attribute gauges, SPC (process) gauges, cooling fixtures, assembly fixtures and automatic & semi-automatic inspection machines.
Auto Technology Company in Stongsville, Ohio.
Suppliers of cyclic test chambers, salt fog test chambers, rain-spray test chambers, centrifugal dryers, multi-gas test chambers, D.I. water immersion tanks, multipurpose fog chambers and automatic plating equipment.
A.V. Gauge & Fixture, Inc. in Oldcastle, Ontario.
A fixture shop. Provides design, build and certification services for the production of checking fixtures for the stamping, plastics and machining industries.
Badger Meter in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of liquid flow measurement and control systems such as fluid & gas flow precision control valves and actuators as well as high-viscosity fluid flow meters for additive fuel blending, oil, and gear lubrication applications.
Bend All Automotive Inc. in Ayr, Ontario.
A supplier of automotive components and automation tooling equipment.
Bendtech, Inc. in Huron Park, Ontario.
Manufacturers of specialized tube and wire bending equipment and custom built machines. Automotive applications include brake & fuel lines, air conditioning tubing, power steering lines, transmission coolers, dip stick tubes, seat components, and vacuum lines, etc.
BIG Kaiser Precision Tooling, Inc. in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
Develops, manufactures and distributes high precision boring tools, high precision tool holders including BIG-PLUS®, modular tooling systems, carbide and indexable drills and end mills, precision tool measurement and presetting systems, modular workholding systems and quality machine accessories.
Bijur Delimon International in Morrisville, North Carolina.
A supplier of fluid dispensing products and systems.
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.
Blow Press, Ltd. in Guelph, Ontario.
A manufacturer of metal stamping presses for the automotive industry.
Bonal Technologies, Inc. in Royal Oak, Michigan.
A supplier of sub-harmonic vibration stress relief and weld conditioning equipment for metal applications. Products include Meta-Lax stress relief and weld conditioning systems. Services include complete consulting, program design and metal stress relief services to vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers for molds, tools, jigs and fixtures."
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.
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.
Brückner Group USA, Inc. in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
A producer of series and special-purpose machines for processing plastic materials. Specialized in forming and joining technologies. Automotive part production applications include instrument panels, column linings, door and side panels, airbag and glove compartment covers, sun visors, trunk linings, consoles carpets, roof linings, map pockets, door handles, etc.
Brush Research Manufacturing Co., Inc. in Los Angeles, California.
A manufacturer of brushes and honing tools for the automotive industry.
Busche Workholding in Albion, Indiana.
Specializes in providing custom hydraulic vertical and horizontal, 4th & 5th axis as well as manual workholding systems.
BYK-Gardner USA in Columbia, Maryland.
Manufactures color, appearance and physical test instruments including a complete line of instruments for the measurement of color, gloss, haze and orange peel.
Carl Zeiss Microscopy, LLC in Thornwood, New York.
A supplier of industrial microscope systems. Applications include quality inspection.
Cech Corporation in Saginaw, Michigan.
A supplier of weighing systems and automation equipment. Services include ISO-17025 calibrations of weighing equipment and repairs of weighing equipment.
Centerless Rebuilders, Inc. in New Haven, Michigan.
Specializes in the remanufacture and automation of Cincinnati centerless grinding equipment.
Centerline (Windsor) Limited in Windsor, Ontario.
A manufacturer of machine tools automation, primarily for the automotive industry. It specializes in resistance welding, GMA welding, assembly and metalworking machinery in sizes ranging from single station machines to large fully automated transfer and robotic production lines.
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
A designer and assembler DC electric tightening tools (screwdrivers and nut runners), controllers, multi-spindle fastening systems, and torque data collection instruments and sensors used in automotive, aerospace, off-highway, electronics and appliance assembly.
Chicago Rivet & Machine Co. in Naperville, Illinois.
A manufacturer of rivets and rivet setting machines.
ChipBLASTER, Inc. in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer of high-volume, high-pressure coolant systems.
Clark Brothers Instrument Company in Shelby Township, Michigan.
A supplier of gauges, speedometer/tachometer cables, ratio adapters, control cables, testing and tuning equipment.
Clausing Industrial, Inc. in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
A distributor of high-production and high-precision machine tools serving the automotive and other industries. Product areas include CNC, drills, lathes, grinders, mills, saws, etc.
Cold Forming Technology, Inc. in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Services include gear-related machine and tool manufacturing. Capabilities include the processing and production of parts uilizing spline rolling, thread rolling and other cold forming tools.
Cold Jet, LLC in Loveland, Ohio.
Manufactures dry ice blasting systems as well as dry ice media production equipment.
Columbia Marking Tools, Inc. in Chesterfield, Michigan.
A designer and manufacturer of metal and plastic marking equipment including stamps, roll marking dies, roll marking and impact marking machines, numbering heads and special marking machines.
Commercial Spring and Tool Company, Ltd. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A manufacturer of springs, wire forms, clips, special assemblies as well as automatic stamping, heat treating and plating.
Computech Manufacturing Company, Inc. in Washington, Missouri.
A supplier of special machinery and tooling. Products include ergonomic tooling and equipment such as automotive seat assembly tooling.
Contour Hardening, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A full service induction hardening system manufacturer, specializing in induction hardening systems, contract processing, and application development work. Manufactures induction hardening machines.
Cool Clean Technologies, LLC in Eagan, Minnesota.
Designs and manufactures CO2 systems for cleaning, surface preparation, machine tool cooling, and selective extraction manufacturing applications.
Costello Enterprises in Chesterfield Township, Michigan.
A supplier of fixtures and gages. Capabilities include CMM holding fixtures, assembly fixtures, attribute check fixtures, welding fixtures, tub fixtures, stamping fixtures, etc.
D2T America, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of powertrain development and calibration services as well as test bed engineering and related equipment. Specializes in automation system software, data acquisition system hardware, dynamometers, and electronics for engine and powertrain testing. Products include asynchronous dynamic dynos, dyno control racks, dyno power modules, torque conditioning, eddy current dynamometers, throttle actuators, chassis dynamometers and radiator blowers. Areas of expertise include hybrid and electrical powertrain design and validation.
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.
Darly Custom Technology, Inc. in Windsor, Connecticut.
A manufacturer of vacuum coating systems for the automotive and other industries. Coating capabilities include plastic films, glass, ceramics, metals and plastics for automotive trim fascia, mirrors, headlights, indicia, and other decorative/wear applications.
DELRAY Systems Corporation in Rochester, Michigan.
A provider of additive manufacturing and 3D printing services and solutions.
Delta Tooling Company in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of plastic injection molds, models, fixtures, prototype fabrication and tooling to the automotive and other industries.
DeRick Jig Grinding, Inc. in Dearborn Heights, Michigan.
A supplier of close tolerance gages, fixtures and tooling. Services include gage repair, jig grinding, wire EDM, and surface grinding.
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.
Detroit Tool & Engineering, Inc. in Lebanon, Missouri.
A supplier of custom automation systems and tooling. Capabilities include machine replication, custom machinery, stamping dies and fixtures and automated welding systems.
Dieffenbacher North America, Inc. in Windsor, Ontario.
A supplier of hydraulic presses and fully automated production equipment for processing metal and plastic materials including presses for trimming operations from 160 tons as well as hydraulic Try Out presses and hydraulic transfer lines for metal. Plastic processing applications include presses for SMC and GMT processing and direct long fiber thermoplast compounding systems (LFT- D). Other products include transfer systems and robot automation systems.
DISA Industries, Inc. in Oswego, Illinois.
A supplier of foundry equipment and metal surface finishing systems. Products include molding lines, core shooters and shot blast equipment.
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.
Dominion Technologies Group, Inc. in Roseville, Michigan.
A provider of assembly line automation equipment.
DuBois Production Services, Inc. in Comstock Park, Michigan.
Services include automated equipment build, robotic production processing and CNC sheet metal fabrication and assembly.
Dukane Corporation in St. Charles, Illinois.
A manufacturer of plastic welder systems for the welding of thermoplastic materials. Designs and builds standard and custom machines and tooling for the welding of thermoplastic materials. Plastic welding process capabilities include ultrasonic, vibration, hot plate, spin, laser and thermal staking. Applications include welding of both rigid plastics and film and fabric. Products include ultrasonic, vibration, hot plate, spin welders, laser welders and heat staking thermal presses. Also provides ultrasonic cutting solutions for films, fabrics, and other non-rigid materials.
Dürkopp Adler America, Inc. in Norcross, Georgia.
A supplier of industrial sewing equipment such as lockstitch and chainstitch machines for soft trim stitching for automotive upholstery applications.
Dürr Ecoclean, Inc. in Bowling Green, Ohio.
A supplier of industrial filters.
Dürr, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of air pollution controls systems including vehicle finishing equipment, spray booths, bake ovens and paint circulation systems. Applications include VOC, HAP, Odor and Nox abatement.
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.
EXAIR Corporation in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A supplier of products used in the manufacturing process such as ion air knifes to remove static and dust on car bodies, fascia, etc. prior to painting; air knives for blow off, cleaning, drying and cooling; air wipes to blow off, dry, clean and cool pipe, cable and hose; air amplifiers to vent, exhaust, cool, dry and clean; and air nozzles and jets to reduce noise levels and air costs.
FASNAP Corporation in Elkart, Indiana.
A supplier of snap fasteners, turn and directional fasteners, ventilators, grommets, tubular rivets, panel fasteners, plastic and metal hardware, hook & loop, webbing, shock cord, upholstered button supplies, setting equipment and other products. Services include custom sewing, cut-to-length, and fastener attachment.
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.
Feintool Cincinnati, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A fineblanking-based metal forming services provider. Also supplies plastic and metal insert molded components. Product areas include various toothed components for seat adjusters, valve plates for A/C compressors, and parts with a high degree of forming, e.g. for drive trains.
FET Engineering, Inc. in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Specializes in electroformed nickel, slush/rotational molds, RTM, and vacuum forming tooling as well as trials, fixtures, jigs, gauges, etc.
Fibro, Inc. in Rockford, Illinois.
A supplier of rotary tables, tool and die components as well as gantry and robotic handling systems.
Flo-Matic Corporation in Rockford, Illinois.
A provider of non-chemical-based part and component sonic cleaning solutions.
FloMet LLC in DeLand, Florida.
A manufacturer of metal injection molded components composed of stainless steel, copper, nickel, soft magnetic, superalloys, etc. Expertise in metal injection molding (MIM), metal injection technology (MIT) and powder injection technology.
Flowdrill Inc. in Saint Louis, Missouri.
A supplier of thermal friction drills. Automotive applications include the manufacture of exhaust systems, fuel lines, steering columns, frames, hinges, and cooling systems.
Fluid Research Corporation in Tustin, California.
Designs, manufactures and distributes plural component dispense systems for industrial applications. These systems are used to meter, mix and dispense plural component reactive resins such as epoxies, urethanes and silicones.
Fluid Transfer Systems, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A distributor and manufacturer of automotive and industrial finishing equipment and fluid transfer systems.
FMT, Inc. in Findlay, Ohio.
A supplier of part cleaning systems used for cleaning engine blocks, transmission components, stamped parts and brake and wheel components. Manufactures in-line belt systems, cabinet washers, rotary baskets, immersion-agitation systems, pallet cleaning systems, monorail systems, tube cleaning systems, and rotary drum systems.
Force Control Industries, Inc. in Fairfield, Ohio.
A supplier of lift drive, long stroke shuttle drive, spin welder drive, tunnel broach, lathe positioning drive, tire curing press brake, tire uniformity optimizer drive and dynamometer load brake equipment.
Ford Tool, Inc. in Loves Park, Illinois.
A supplier of steel & carbide tooling. Specializes in cold heading, hot forming and forging tooling.
Formdrill - USA in Chicago, Illinois.
A supplier of thermal drill bits and forming taps. Automotive applications include exhaust sensor boss replacement, catalytic converters, fuel rails, steering column universal yokes, steering column components, seat brackets, seatback frames and pivot points, brake pedal pivot points, etc.
FormFab, LLC in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of tubular products, components and assemblies. Products include tube contour inspection fixtures.
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.
Freeman Company in Fremont, Ohio.
Produces thin-film thermoform tooling, cutting dies, and folding equipment.
Futuramic Tool & Engineering Company in Warren, Michigan.
Services include the design and manufacturing of prototype and production components, fixtures, gages and tooling for the automotive and other industries.
GATCO, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of anti-friction rotary bushings and tool holders.
GEFIT Livernois Engineering, LLC in Livonia, Michigan.
A supplier of heat exchange equipment, oil coolers, and evaporators. Product range includes fin forming mills, roll form tooling, fin traying and handling systems, welded and folded tube forming mills, lean manufacturing cells, and fully automated, semi-automated and manual core assembly systems.
General Broach Company in Morenci, Michigan.
A supplier of dies & rings, form flat broaches, spline broaches, rectangular broaches, round broaches and plain flat broaches. Services also include broach resharpening and reconditioning.
Generalety, LLC in Canton, Michigan.
A provider of engineering and staffing services. Specializes in computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE). Application areas include sheet metal stamping; vehicle crashworthiness, durability, NVH, & dynamics; as well as computational fluide dynamics (CFD). Products include stamping tools and fixtures.
Genesee Stampings and Fabricating, Inc. in Grand Prairie, Texas.
Services include custom metal stamping (secondary operations include sub-assembly, welding, surface finishing, parts marking, etc.); precision fabrication (pressing, forming, bending, rolling, welding, etc.); laser cutting (mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum and brass); CNC machining (machining, drilling, tapping, reaming, counter-boring, counter-sinking, etc.); and engineering & tooling (turret tooling, modular tooling, compound dies, deep-draw dies, progressive dies). Product areas include electronic components and small enclosures, housings, bracketing, HVAC components, subassemblies.
GESIPA Fasteners USA, Inc. in Mocksville, North Carolina.
Manufacturers of rivets, blind rivets, blind rivet nuts, riveting tools and machinery.
Gleason Corporation in Rochester, New York.
Products and services include machinery for the production, finishing and testing of gears as well as a worldwide support system which provides tooling replacement parts, field service application development services, gear design and inspection software, training programs, engineering support and machine rebuild and upgrade services.
Globe Products, Inc. in Dayton, Ohio.
A supplier of machinery, tooling, and related equipment used to manufacture small universal, DC, brushless, and other similar electric motors.
Globe Tech, LLC in Plymouth, Michigan.
A provider of tooling, gages, prototypes, metal stampings and assemblies to the automotive and other industries.
Godfrey & Wing, Inc. in Aurora, Ohio.
Designs and manufactures vacuum impregnation equipment and sealants.
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.
Graco, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A supplier of single and plural component spray finishing systems, paint circulating systems, sealant and adhesive proportioning and dispensing systems, lubrication equipment and process systems, as well as related accessories.
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.
Grand Rapids Metrology in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A supplier of dimensional test equipment, vehicle scales, torque equipment and crane scales.
Guhring, Inc. in Brookfield, Wisconsin.
A supplier of twist drills, cutting tools, point grinding machines, machine tools.
H.A. Industries, Inc. in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Products include hot plate welding machines, hot air/cold staking welding machines, ultrasonic welding machines, infrared welding machines as well as pierce, punch, trim & degate fixtures, fastener driving systems, robotic systems, etc.
Hardinge Inc. in Elmira, New York.
A manufacturer of horizontal and vertical CNC lathes, vertical CNC lathes with inverted-spindle/integrated automation, tool room lathes, twin-spindle/twin-turret turning centers, CNC vertical machining centers, grinding machines, knee mills, and work holding/industrial products including jaw chucks, jaws, collets, feed fingers and pads.
Hastings Manufacturing Company, LLC in Hastings, Michigan.
A supplier of piston rings, mechanics tools and additives for engines, transmissions and cooling systems.
Heatbath Corporation in Indian Orchard, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of heat treating salts, quenchants and metal finishing chemical products.
Helix Systems, Inc. in Bessemer, Alabama.
A provider of integrated mechanical,electrical and automation system solutions.
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence in Wixom, Michigan.
A manufacturer of portable coordinate measuring machines (CMMs). Applications include inspection, measuring and/or reverse engineering.
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.
HOERBIGER Corporation of America, Inc. in Pompano Beach, Florida.
Products include steel plates, friction discs and synchronizer rings, etc. Applications include automatic transmissions, manual gear boxes and traction-control components.
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.
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.
IAI America, Inc. in Torrance, California.
A supplier of motion control systems.
Idaka America, Inc. in Hebron, Kentucky.
A manufacturers representative supplying machine tools, cutting tools, measurement equipment, environmental equipment, etc. to the automotive and other industries.
IDT Tools, Inc. in Frankfort, Kentucky.
Produces die-casts, presses and forging dies for the automotive industry.
Index Corporation in Noblesville, Indiana.
A manufacturer of turning machines from single spindle to multi spindle to sliding headstock.
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.
INFICON in East Syracuse, New York.
Designs, manufactures and markets hand-held refrigerant leak detectors, refrigerant charging scales, refrigerant recovery machines, vacuum gauges, and manifold gauge sets for automotive air conditioning service applications.
Interface, Inc. in Scottdale, Arizona.
A manufacturer of precision load cells and related accessories for a wide variety of force measurement and other test and applications. Services include load cell re-calibration & repair. Automotive application areas include shock absorber testing, engine dynamometer, fuel flow, center of gravity, valve spring, steering torque, drive train, transmission gearbox, differential, gear mesh, spring testing, assembly machines, bearing press, gas tank assembly, press to fit, durability testing, component testing, crash testing, and bushing qualification.
Interlaken Technology Corporation in Chaska, Minnesota.
A manufacturer of production hydroforming press equipment as well as precision testing machines.
IPR Sonar Plastics in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A manufacturer of peripherals for robots and robotic applications. Also designs and manufactures precision thermoformed trays for the automotive industry.
Iscar Metals Inc. in Arlington, Texas.
A supplier of precision carbide metalworking products such as milling cutter turning grips.
ITW ROCOL™ North America in De Witt, Iowa.
Products include greases, oils, metalworking and cutting fluids, lubricants, aerosol paints, anti-slip floor coatings and panels, etc.
JE Fixture & Tool, Inc. in Oldcastle, Ontario.
A supplier of check fixtures and gauges. Inspection tools include SPC and attribute production fixtures, prototype fixtures, CMM holding fixtures as well as automated tooling.
JIT Automation, Inc. in Toronto, Ontario.
A provider of quick die changing systems, quick mold changing systems, and die handling and storage solutions. Products include hydraulic die clamps, hydraulic die lifters, hydraulic pumps, hydraulic valves, bolster extensions and seal kits.
JM Performance Products, Inc. in Fairport Harbor, Ohio.
A manufacturer of CNC tooling retention knobs.
Kautex Textron in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of instrument panels, door panels, armrests, airbag doors, center consoles, headliners, exterior trim, lighting, iron castings, camshafts, fuel tank systems, fuel filter assemblies, windshield and headlamp washing systems, seating comfort systems, machine tools, components and assembly systems for the automotive market.
Kennametal, Inc. in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of metal cutting tools and supplies. Automotive applications include chassis (calipers, roters, steering); drivetrain (axle differentials, transmissions); and engines (camshafts, connecting rods, crankshafts, cylinder blocks and cylinder heads).
King Component, Ltd. in Scarborough, Ontario.
A provider of sheet metal fabrication and mechanical assembly services to the automotive and other industries.
Kitchener Die Craftsmen, Ltd. in Kitchener, Ontario.
A manufacturer of cutting dies. Products include cutting dies, from single dies to cut one pattern at a time to multi cavity dies for cutting many patterns at once, from small flat dies to large three-dimensional tools.
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.
Koller-Craft South in Gadsden, Alabama.
Products and services include stamping dies, automated assembly and test equipment, metal stamped assemblies, molded plastic components, and electronic assemblies. Capabilities include product engineering, machining, plating, metal stamping, plastic injection molding, tool and die manufacturing, welding, cable and wire harnessing, powder coating and silk screening, testing, packaging and distribution.
Komet of America Inc. in Schaumburg, Illinois.
A supplier of metal cutting tools. Application areas include drilling, boring, reaming, thread milling etc.
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. in Ramsey, New Jersey.
A provider of optical systems to precisely measures the elements of color and light. Automotive application areas include brightness and color analysis of interior and exterior lighting such as gauges, headlamps, tail lamps, etc. Products include illuminance meters, luminance meters, illuminance color meters, luminance color meters, spectroradiometers, and display color analyzers.
Konsei USA, Inc. in Hodgenville, Kentucky.
A supplier of factory automation systems including pneumatic air grippers.
Krauss Maffei Corporation in Florence, Kentucky.
A provider of reaction injection molding, injection molding and extrusion technologies.
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation in Mountain Home, North Carolina.
A supplier of indexable cutting tools.
Landau Gage in Windsor, Ontario.
A supplier of gages and data collection systems. Products include variable data gages, bench gages, electronic gages, air gages, etc.
Leggett & Platt, Inc. in Carthage, Missouri.
A designer and manufacturer of automotive seating suspension and lumbar systems as well as supplier of control and power train cable systems.
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.
Leybold Optics USA, Inc. in Cary, North Carolina.
A supplier of vacuum sputtering and PVD/CVD equipment for the automotive lighting industry. Products range from batch coaters (1 to 2 meter diameter); to in-line high speed sputtering machines that run small batch sizes in 35 second cycles; to a line of sputtering machines for large complex shapes.
Lillbacka USA, Inc. in Orlando, Florida.
A manufacturer of hydraulic swaging and hose cutting machines.
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.
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.
LTC Roll and Engineering Company in Clinton Township, Michigan.
A supplier of roll form tooling to the automotive and other industries.
Lucas-Milhaupt, Inc. in Cudahy, Wisconsin.
A provider of metal joining products and services such as alloys, fluxes, automated equipment, and technical assistance.
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.
MAGSYS Magnet Systems LLC in St. Louis, Missouri.
Provides equipment to magnetize and de-magnetizer permanent magnets. Also specializes in magnetizing the rare earth magnets and manufactures equipment to measure magnets.
Mahar Tool Supply Company in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A supplier of abrasives and grinding wheels, air & electric power tools, coolants and cutting fluids, cutting tools, measuring tools and gauges, and tapes & adhesives, etc.
Manchester Tool and Die, Inc. in North Manchester, Indiana.
Manufactures equipment used in the tubing fabricating process and tube/hose assemblies for automotive fluid, gas, and heat transfer applications.
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.
Marposs Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of metrology equipment. Products include various gauges, controls and software applications such as hand-held gauges, gauging components, inspection equipment, non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment, leak testing equipment, etc. used for measurement, inspection and process control.
Marsh Bellofram Corporation in Newell, West Virginia.
A manufacturer of pressure and temperature instrumentation, elastomeric diaphragms, and control components.
Martin Pultrusion Group, Inc. in Oakwood Village, Ohio.
A manufacturer of pultrusion equipment, dies, tooling and guidance systems. Areas of expertise include dies, heat pipes, multiaxis die stations, resin injection technology, advanced forming systems, mandrels, mandrel supports, plate heaters and cooling jackets.
Master Machine & Tool Company, Inc. in Clinton Township, Michigan.
Areas of expertise include automation, machines, gages and tools. Designs, developes and manufactures jigs, fixtures, gages, leak testers and other special equipment such as automatic 'flow drill' and tapping machines, etc.
Master Mandrels, Inc. in Keokuk, Iowa.
A supplier of epoxy plating mandrels, vinyl wrapped models, texture repaired master mandrels and production plating mandresl.
Maxi-Blast® Inc. in South Bend, Indiana.
Manufactures non-abrasive plastic blast cleaning media and blast cabinets. Applications include paint and coating removal without damage to the substrate. Also supplies media to plastic and rubber molders for mold cleaning and deflashing of many automotive parts.
MC Machinery Systems, Inc. in Wood Dale, Illinois.
A supplier of electrical discharge machines and industrial laser/press brake machines.
Mecon Industries Limited in Scarborough, Ontario.
A manufacturer of custom engineered equipment for coil processing and metal handling applications with in-house general machining, fabricating and brake press tooling. Products include uncoilers, coil reels, coil straighteners, press feeds, brake dies, coil cradles and servo feeds.
Methods Machine Tools, Inc. in Sudbury, Massachusetts.
A supplier of machine tools.
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.
Michigan Valve and Fitting, Inc. in Chesterfield, Michigan.
A manufacturers' representative for instrumentation and controls to the automotive testing and emissions industry. Supplies instrumentation such as valves, gauges, fittings, filters and thermometers.
Microsys Technologies, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A supplier of integrated high-speed video, data acquisition, data management and analysis solutions for airbag and crash test applications such as airbag deployment, seatbelt pyrotechnic pretensioner testing, airbag cold gas inflation, inflator/ballistics testing, pedestrian impact testing, bumper testing, high-speed camera control, analysis of crash test data over the internet and signal management in a crash facility.
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.
Midtronics, Inc. in Willowbrook, Illinois.
A provider of battery management devices utilizing conductance technology. Products include battery testers, monitors, and chargers.
Mikron Corporation in Englewood, Colorado.
A manufacturer of automated machinery. Provides manual workstations and semi-automatic and fully automatic cells.
Miller Broach, Inc. in Capac, Michigan.
A manufacturer of form broaches, keyways, flats and inserts. Services include complete machine tool-ups as well as broach reconditioning and resharpening.
Milwaukee Broach Company, Inc. in New Berlin, Wisconsin.
Capabilities include flat, form, fir trees, serration, spline & round broaches.
Minnesota Rubber and Plastics in Plymouth, Minnesota.
Specializes in rubber-to-metal, rubber-to-thermoplastic, rubber-to-teflon, and high performance elastomeric components in customized compounds. Products include o-rings, seals, etc.
MISUMI USA, Inc. in Schaumburg, Illinois.
A supplier of factory automation components, press die components, plastic mold components, cutting tools and gauges to the automotive and other industries.
Modern Automation, Inc. in Dickson, Tennessee.
A supplier of industrial controls.
M.O.M. Tools, LLC in Cleveland, Ohio.
Designs and manufactures dual-head punches and related products.
Moore Nanotechnology Systems, LLC in Swanzey, New Hampshire.
A supplier of ultra-precision machining systems for single point diamond turning, micro grinding, micro milling and glass press molding.
Motion Industries, Inc. in Birmingham, Alabama.
A supplier of maintenance, repair and operation (MRO) replacement parts and services. Product areas include bearings, mechanical power transmission components, hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical & industrial automation equipment, linear motion systems, hydraulic hoses, industrial hoses, material handling equipment, seals, and other industrial products.
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.
MT Systems in Danville, Illinois.
Provides advanced process control systems and equipment.
Nachi America, Inc. in Greenwood, Indiana.
A supplier of cutting tools, gear tools, machine tools, bearings, etc.
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.
Newcor, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of precision machined components, molded rubber and plastic products and welding assembly and forming equipment. Products include shafts, axles, and large iron and steel castings as well as rubber and plastic parts for auto and truck interiors and engine and body components.
Nickleson Machine & Tool Inc. in Windsor, Ontario.
A manufacturer of special machines, jigs and fixtures. Machine Division designs and builds assembly machines, welding cells and metal cutting machines. Tool Division designs and builds tombstone style CNC workholding fixtures, jigs and fixtures. Also provides CNC machining and CNC inspection for the automotive and other industries.
Nidec Minster Corporation in Minster, Ohio.
A supplier of equipment and services to the metal forming industry. Products and services include mechanical power presses, feeds, straighteners, reels, coil cars, die transfer tables, robotic automation, press controls, training programs, production monitoring systems, inspection services, preventative maintenance services, remanufacturing services, technical consulting services, press relocation services, etc.
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.
Nordson Corporation in Westlake, Ohio.
A supplier of adhesive, sealants and coatings dispensing equipment.
Nordson Corporation in Markham, Ontario.
A producer of precision dispensing systems that apply adhesives, sealants and coatings.
Nordson EFD, LLC in East Providence, Rhode Island.
A supplier of precision fluid dispensing equipment for applying controlled amounts of the adhesives, sealants, lubricants and other assembly fluids used in the manufacturing process. Automotive applications include brake manufacturing.
North Star Imaging, Inc. in Rogers, Minnesota.
A provider of non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment with accessories. Automotive application areas include porosity testing, hardness testing, case depth measurement, etc. of engine and other large castings. Products include x-ray, magnetic particle, liquid penetrant, and ultrasonic testing systems.
Numalliance North America, Inc. in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.
A supplier of CNC multi-axis servo driven wire, tube, and strip forming equipment.
Numberall Stamp & Tool Co., Inc. in Sangerville, Maine.
Manufactures metal marking equipment for serial numbering, date coding, part numbering, etc. Products include presses, hand stamps, numbering heads, typeholders and custom dies. Numbering heads and typeholders can be equipped for hot stamping. Capabilities include custom applications.
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.
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.
Ono Sokki Technology, Inc. in Addison, Illinois.
A manufacturer of test and measurement instrumentation such as gear test systems, fuel flow, torque meters, FFT spectrum analyzers, sound level meters, pre amps, microphones, hand held and bench top tachometers and dimensional measuring instruments.
Oriimec Corporation of America in Erlanger, Kentucky.
A provider of stamping and wire forming automation equipment such as pressroom robots, coil handling systems, and spring & wire forming machinery.
OROS, Inc. in Dulles, Virginia.
A provider of noise and vibration signal analyzers, solutions and related services featuring data acquisition, real-time digital signal processing boards as well as Windows-based multichannel signal analyzers with graphical user interfaces. Application areas include industrial acoustics, structural analysis and rotating machinery.
PAVCO® in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A supplier of electroplating chemicals and electroplating systems. Product lines include zinc, zinc alloy, chrome and nickel systems, conversion coatings, organic and inorganic topcoats.
PCO-TECH, Inc. in Romulus, Michigan.
Supplies CMOS and Digital CCD imaging systems to the automotive industry used in applications such as spray and particle analysis, automotive crash testing, fuel injection studies, material testing, discharge studies, industrial inspection, airbag inflation, fast flow visualization and combustion process analysis.
Pepperl+Fuchs, Inc. in Twinsburg, Ohio.
A supplier of industrial sensors, industrial networking solutions, identification systems and other automation products such as machine vision systems.
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.
Poltron Corporation in Frederick, Maryland.
A manufacturer of roller bearings. Automotive application areas include wheel hubs, CV & U-joints.
Price Walgren in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A manufacturer of turnkey finishing systems such as anodizing equipment, autophoretic, electrocoating, barrel plating equipment lines, electroplating, aluminum finishing and powder coating systems.
Proceco, Ltd. in Montreal, Québec.
A supplier of parts cleaning, surface treatment, hydro-deburring and slurry blasting systems.
Progressive Machine & Design, LLC in Victor, New York.
An assembly machine, tool and fixture supplier.
PRONIC Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A provider of tapping solutions for the metal forming industry with automotive and other applications.
PSM Fastener Corporation in Youngstown, Ohio.
A supplier of proprietary non proprietary fasteners (weld nuts) to the automotive and other industries. Products include flangeform nuts, flangeform studs, and cold-formed special components. Also supplies stud feed equipment.
Punchcraft Machining & Tooling, LLC in Warren, Michigan.
Capabilities include cold form tooling, hot form tooling, metal stamping tooling, prototype manufacturing, and machine fixtures.
Punch Press Products, Inc. in Vernon, California.
Services include tooling, precision metal stamping, welding and automated assembly.
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.
Radley Corporation in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Develops, installs and supports EDI, automated data collection and supplier collaboration software solutions. Product applications include web-enabled EDI, automotive EDI, hosted EDI, supply chain management, and bar code, RFID, and automated data collection are integrated into many widely used ERP/MRP systems.
Rampf Group, Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
A polyurethane material supplier for encapsulating and foam-in-place gasketing. A meter, mix and dispensing equipment manufacturer for dispensing polyurethane, silicone, epoxy, and adhesives. Provides work cells for robotic dispensing, part handling automation and material for foam-in-place gasketing and electronics potting applications. Also offers contract manufacturing for programs involving polyurethane dispensing.
Ransohoff, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A manufacturer of aqueous parts cleaning systems, including spray, immersion, ultrasonic, in both standard and custom designs, as well as recyclable aqueous chemistries and waste minimization solutions.
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.
Renishaw, Inc. in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
A provider of industrial and engineering technologies in the areas of measurement, motion control, spectroscopy and precision machining.
Röchling Advent Tool & Mold, Inc. in Rochester, New York.
A manufacturer of thermoplastic components. Services include engineering and building multi-cavity hot runner tooling for the automotive and other industries. Parts are manufactured on 31 closed-looped molding machines ranging in size from 40 - 390 tons. Capabilities include two shot/two color molding, vertical/insert molding and precision gears.
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.
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.
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.
Sonobond Ultrasonics Inc. in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer of ultrasonic equipment for cutting, welding and bonding of plastics, textiles, nonwovens and metals. Welders range from 70 kHz for miniature parts, 35 kHz, and 20 kHz up to 3,000 watts. Applications include automotive wire harnesses, aluminum panels, rigid plastic asssemblies and seaming of soft goods such as door panels.
SPIROL International Corporation in Danielson, Connecticut.
Design and manufacturing of engineered components used for joining and assembly such as coiled and slotted spring pins; straight, knurled, grooved, and headed solid pins; drive studs; tubular products including alignment dowels, spacers, and compression limiters; threaded inserts for plastics; machined nuts; shims, gaskets, and thin spacers; compression, piston, and cylinder liner rings; lock washers and thrust washers; and precision metal stampings. Designs and builds pin and insert installation equipment and systems, and parts feeding equipment.
Spraying Systems Company in Wheaton, Illinois.
A manufacturer of industrial spray products including spray nozzles and accessories.
SSI Technologies, Inc. in Janesville, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of sensors and sensor-based monitoring systems for the automotive, heavy truck and other industries. Products include ABS wheel-speed and electronic shift transmission rotational speed sensors, pressure sensors, ultrasonic level sensors, and electric power steering position and torque sensors.
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.
Steinkamp Molding, LP in Erlanger, Kentucky.
Supplies molds, tools, prototypes, fixtures, special machines, etc. Services include CNC machining and turning.
Stellar Technology, Inc. in Amherst, New York.
A designer and manufacturer of pressure and temperature measurement products for the automotive and other industries.
Stress Photonics, Inc. in Madison, Wisconsin.
Provides instrumentation for full-field stress analysis such as thermoelastic and photoelastic stress and strain measurement systems used to validate product designs.
Sumitomo Electric Carbide, Inc. in Mount Prospect, Illinois.
A supplier of cutting tools for turning/boring, milling and drilling applications.
Sunnen Products Company in St. Louis, Missouri.
A manufacturer of abrasive bore sizing and finishing products including honing machines, honing abrasives and super abrasives, diamond-plated honing tools, honing oils, water-based coolants and bore gages as well as automotive engine building equipment, accessories and supplies.
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.
Synventive Molding Solutions in Peabody, Massachusetts.
A supplier of hot runner systems, machine nozzles, sprue bushings/single nozzles and hot runner controllers to the injection molding industry. Automotive capabilities include molding of long glass fiber, sequential valve gating, color change and mold fill analysis.
TDK Corporation of America in Lincolnshire, Illinois.
A supplier of ceramic capacitors, inductors, EMC solutions, magnets, power supplies, OLED technology etc. Automotive applications range from safely and convenience and car navigation to in-car entertainment and hybrid engine vehicle technology. Other products include anechoic chambers and factory automation equipment.
Techmire in Pointe-Claire, Québec.
Designs and manufactures multiple slide, hot chamber die-casting machines to produce precision die cast components up to 500 grams (zinc) in weight. Related tooling, engineering services and turnkey systems for insert die casting are also available.
Teck Cominco Limited in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Produces zinc and lead and other non-ferrous metals and provides technical services. Equipment for the production of SLI batteries is also manufactured.
Tennessee Rand, Inc. in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
A supplier of automated welding machines. Expertise in the areas of custom machining, automation, custom weld fixtures, spot welding fixtures, robotic integration, manual weld fixtures, custom assembly machines, laser cutting fixtures, custom spot welding machines, arc welding and check gauges. Some automotive applications include the manufacture of automotive seat frames, cross-car instrument-panel beams and exhaust systems.
The Aldez Group in Almont, Michigan.
Provides commodity management, industrial supply products, cost saving process improvements, services and training to the manufacturing and other industries. Also offers MRO fastener and bin fastener programs.
The Cox Group, Inc. in West Bloomfield, Michigan.
Manufacturers of rotary die-cutting systems for web widths up to 60 inches.
Thermotron Industries in Holland, Michigan.
A supplier of environmental testing, screening and simulation equipment. Services include data acquisition, functional and parametric testing, and complete test systems integration. Expertise include environmental test chambers, test system integration, accelerated stress test equipment, electrodynamic shakers and environmental stress screening systems.
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.
ThyssenKrupp Materials North America, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A provider of plastic parts.
T.M. Smith Tool International Corporation in Mt. Clemens, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures quick change tool holders for drilling, reaming and tapping.
Tohnichi America Corporation in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
A supplier torque products including power torque tools, manual torque tools and torque measuring instruments.
Tool Die-Namics, Inc. in Pickering, Ontario.
Capabilities include 3D solids design, CNC & manual milling, wire EDM, pantograph engraving/ duplicating, turning, grinding, drilling, handwork, fitting, & polishing, assembly, etc.
Toolplas Systems, Inc. in Oldcastle, Ontario.
An integrator of plastic injection moulds and plastic moulding systems. Automation design and assembly capabilities include sonic welding, de-gating, clip assembly, bubble cutting, vibration welding, edge folding, robotic assembly cells and film assembly cells. Automotive applications which include wheel flares, rocker panels, grille opening reinforcements, bumper beams, door claddings, fenders, door panels, pillars, quarter trim, etc. Products include production injection and compression moulds, rapid and conventional prototypes, quality control fixtures, secondary tooling and automation equipment, etc.
Touchstone Precision, Inc. in Auburn, Alabama.
A provider of engineering services, equipment, and components such as electrical parts, production of electrical components, design and sales of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, and multiple insert molding of metal and plastic.
Trak Tool & Machine Inc. in Ridgetown, Ontario.
Services include prototyping, equipment building, automotive tooling and automotive fixturing.
Transor Filter USA in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.
A provider of filtration solutions for various manufacturing applications as well as manufacture oil coolants.
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.
Triumph Manufacturing LLC in Tempe, Arizona.
A screw machine supplier. Services include manufacturing and fabrication with capabilities in the areas of turning, CNC & semi-auto lathe, machining centers, punch press/stamping, deburring & cleaning, secondary operations and grinding & finishing, etc.
TRUMPF, Inc. in Farmington, Connecticut.
A manufacturer of fabricating equipment and industrial lasers.
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.
Ultraseal America, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A supplier of casting impregnation, equipment and resins for sealing porosity leaks. Specializes in automated production lines, engine blocks, AC compressors, steering housings, transmission cases, fuel systems, pumps and other small fluid housings.
Unist, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Provides lubricating systems for cutting, forming and stamping applications.
USACH Technologies, Inc. in Elgin, Illinois.
A machine tool manufacturer of customized turnkey grinding systems including production ID, ID/OD, OD and cylindrical grinding machines with and without automation. Automotive application areas include valve components, fuel injector components, transmission gears & shafts, power steering shafts, ABS gears & shafts and hydraulic components.
U.S. Equipment Company in Detroit, Michigan.
A provider of turnkey machine tool services including turnkey retooling, machine rebuilding, machine remanufacturing, electrical retrofitting, appraisals, liquidations, plant relocation assistance, machine evaluations, field services, etc.
Valley Fastener Group, LLC in Aurora, Illinois.
A supplier of cold headed fasteners, pins, rivets, rivet tooling & machines.
Vektek, Inc. in Emporia, Kansas.
Manufactures air and hydraulic clamps, power supplies, and fixture accessories. Application areas include metalworking, tool & die and molding.
Vuteq USA, Inc. in Georgetown, Kentucky.
A supplier of car windows and sunroofs as well as reusable steel material handling containers, automotive stamping dies, automated assembly line equipment, checking fixture gauges and EDM.
Walter USA, LLC in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
A developer, manufacturer and supplier of metal-cutting tooling systems.
Wauseon Machine & Manufacturing, Inc. in Wauseon, Ohio.
Specializes in build-to-print tooling, prototypes, and precision machining. Other services include tool development, machine building and automation.
Weil Engineering North America L.L.C. in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of semi- and fully-automated system solutions for roll forming, welding, cutting and handling applications including the software and control applications.
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.
Zealtek, LLC in Wixom, Michigan.
A supplier of coolant and chip handling systems. Products include air filtration/mist collection equipment, chip/part handling equipment, filter replacement elements, liquid filtration equipment, etc.