Paint/Finishing Systems (32)
Suppliers of manufacturing/assembly-line painting & finishing systems and related equipment.
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.
AGS Automotive Systems in Scarborough, Ontario.
A manufacturer of heavy metal stampings for the automotive industry, including assembly and finishing of the stamped products including cross members, control arms, suspension components, instrument panel structure assemblies, modular assemblies, general stampings, and front and rear bumper assemblies.
ASC, Inc. in Warren, Michigan.
An automotive styling and design firm. Supplies complete vehicles, open air/convertible systems, automotive exterior trim including body side moldings, fascias, full body panels. Provides automotive body systems and body engineering services.
CHEMEON Surface Technology, LLC in Minden, Nevada.
A provider of metal surface engineering solutions. Products include hex-free TCP-HF. Application areas include cleaning, corrosion resistance, sealing, paint adhesion and coating durability improvement, etc.
Contec, Inc. in Toledo, Ohio.
A supplier of products for surface cleaning and preparation prior to painting. Products include pre-saturated wipers, tack cloths and abrasives.
Cosma International, Inc. in Brampton, Ontario.
An automotive metal-forming supplier. Designs, engineers and manufactures exterior and interior vehicle systems. Products range from chassis stampings and bumper beams to large exterior sheet metal body panels.
Daifuku 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.
Dekko Technologies, LLC in Garrett, Indiana.
A manufacturer of custom heating devices, molded assemblies and wiring systems. Products include ignition cores, heated mirrors, in-fuel sensors, and compartment heaters for electric vehicles.
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.
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.
Fluid Transfer Systems, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A distributor and manufacturer of automotive and industrial finishing equipment and fluid transfer systems.
Gallagher-Kaiser Corporation in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of paint finishing and air/noise pollution control systems.
Gardner Denver Water Jetting Systems, Inc. in Houston, Texas.
A manufacturer of 5,000-50,000 PSI high pressure pumps, water jetting units for surface preparation, cleaning, and paint removal applications, and a complete line of accessories for all industrial cleaning applications including control guns, lancing machines, hoses, nozzles.
George Koch Sons, LLC in Evansville, Indiana.
A designer, manufacturer, and installer of paint, powder, and flatline finishing systems. Related products include wood strand dryers, process heating systems, curtain coaters, cascaders, and acoustical enclosures and panels.
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.
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.
HiTech Systems, Inc. in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Designs, manufactures and installs equipment for painting, powder coating, and electrodeposition coating, etc.
Industrial Tech Services, Inc. in Georgetown, Kentucky.
A provider of automotive paint finishing systems, coolant filtration systems and robotic systems.
Kolene Corporation in Detroit, Michigan.
Provides surface cleaning and treatment technologies for components and materials. Automotive application areas include aluminum investment casting cleaning, cast iron/sand casting cleaning, ferritic nitrocarburizing, lubricant removal, 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.
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.
Progressive Surface in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Manufactures surface treatment machinery for the automotive and other industries such as automation products for shot peening, grit blasting, ultra-high pressure waterjet stripping and thermal spray coating applications including electric arc, plasma, HVOF and an enthalpy plasma process.
R.S. Finishing Systems, Inc. in Aurora, Ontario.
A supplier of paint mixing rooms and paint spray booths, etc.
Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes Corporation in Warrensville Heights, Ohio.
Manufactures and distributes advanced technology paint and coating systems for the automotive and fleet refinishing industries.
Singleton Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio.
A manufacturer of cyclic corrosion testing equipment, standard salt fog corrosion testing equipment, immersion testing equipment, dust test equipment and metal plating equipment used in all aspects of industry. Environmental test chambers include cyclic chambers, salt fog chambers, dust chambers, and immersion systems. Metal finishing equipment includes plating barrels, portable plating barrels, metal plating barrels, processing tanks, and bronze tank saddles.
Spraymation®, Inc. in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
A manufacturer of standard and custom designed, hot melt, cold adhesive and fluid dispensing equipment for applying dots, lines, beads, airless spray, air atomizing spray, swirl spray and slot coating patterns. Also provided is a line of complete automatic test panel spray machines and vertical/horizontal reciprocators for the automotive industry.
Stäubli Corporation in Duncan, South Carolina.
Connectors Division: supplies quick release couplings, multi-couplings and robotic tool changers for automotive manufacturing line application areas such as air pneumatic tools, fluid and gas lines, hydraulic systems, painting equipment, etc. Robotics Division: supplies industrial (includes painting & gauging) and clean room 5 & 6 axis robots for applications such as assembly, material handling, machine tending, painting and coating, finishing, deburring, polishing, gauging, testing, inspection, sealing/dispensing, etc.
The DECC Company, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Applicators of Teflon® anti-corrosion and decorative coatings, including dry film lubricant, Teflon graphite, Magni, SermaGard, and Polyurea.
The Grieve Corporation in Round Lake, Illinois.
A manufacturer of laboratory and industrial ovens and furnaces used throughout the automotive industry for various heat treating and heat processing operations.
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.