Suppliers of manufacturing/assembly-line robots and related accessories.
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.
Adept Technology, Inc. in Pleasanton, California.
A supplier of robotics, vision and motion control products.
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.
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.
ARKK Engineering, Inc. in Oak Park, Michigan.
A provider of automotive wheel and tire processing tooling systems.
Asymtek® in Carlsbad, California.
Supplies automated fluid dispensing equipment for automotive and other industrial manufacturing applications.
ATI Industrial Automation in Apex, North Carolina.
A developer and supplier of robotic end-effectors, including automatic tool changers, multi-axis force/torque sensing systems, robotic deburring tools, robotic collision sensors, robotic rotary joints, and compliance devices.
ATS Automation Tooling Systems, Inc. in Cambridge, Ontario.
A provider of automation solutions including assembly, machining, plastics molding, armature winding & coil winding, testing and data collection & analysis for the manufacture of automotive components and sub-assemblies such as steering, suspension and drivetrain, raking systems, engine and fuel systems, seating systems, windows and wipers, instrumentation, switches, controls, sensors and solenoids, safety systems, comfort and entertainment systems, closure and locking systems, sun roof, mirror and lighting systems.
Auto/Con Services, LLC in Fraser, Michigan.
Provides support services to automotive clients such as turnkey solutions focusing on system engineering & design, field installation & start-up, training and support. Staff includes engineers, programmers, technicians and specialists experienced in automation, assembly and machining. Capabilities include scheduling, project management, inventory management, total quality control, and maintenance support.
Automated Machine Systems, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A specialty machine builder. Areas of expertise include plastic joining, precision fastening, leak testing and clip installation.
Automation IG®, LLC in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
A supplier of machine controls as well as automated systems such as tube benders, robotic weld cells, assembly lines and custom machines. Capabilities include robotic integration, robotic welding, robotic weld cells, weld tooling, custom machining, robot tube benders, controls systems, weld monitors, toggle clamps and terminals.
Bosch Rexroth Corporation in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A supplier of linear motion products, Cartesian robotics and assembly technologies.
Burke E. Porter Machinery Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Provides testing solutions for end of line production vehicle testing including roll & brake testers, non contact alignment machines, headlight aiming systems, BSR machines, etc. Also producers of electric chassis & powertrain dynamometers for use in test and development labs. In addition to test systems also produces complete production tire and wheel assembly lines.
CAMotion, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia.
A supplier of gantry robots and control software for high-speed industrial applications such as automating assembly, material handling, inspection, etc.
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.
Dematic Corporation in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Designs, manufactures and installs material handling systems for manufacturers and others. Services include supply chain analysis, system design, project management, and implementation of integrated solutions, including: paperless picking technologies, automated storage and retrieval, material flow conveyors and high-speed sortation systems. Also provides integration of hardware, controls, and software allowing visualization and optimization of material flow, business processes, and supply chains.
Dengensha America in Bedford, Ohio.
Specializes in resistance welding systems. Products include stationary reistance welders; manual and robotic weld guns; nut and bolt feeders, weld transformers, controls, and monitoring equipment as well as parts and supplies, including head assemblies, nut covers and electrodes.
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.
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.
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.
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.
FARO Technologies, Inc. in Lake Mary, Florida.
A provider of three dimensional quality control products for manufacturers in the automotive and other industries including portable measurement and imaging solutions such as contact point-to-point instruments, computer-aided measurement software, and non-contact scanners.
Festo Corporation in Hauppauge, New York.
A supplier of pneumatic valves, cylinders, and controls.
Fibro, Inc. in Rockford, Illinois.
A supplier of rotary tables, tool and die components as well as gantry and robotic handling systems.
Flow International Corporation in Kent, Washington.
A supplier of ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) waterjet cutting and cleaning equipment. Automotive applications include cutting (automotive interior and exterior trim components, including carpets, headliners, bumpers, door and instrument panels, seats, trunk canopies and liners, fairings, composite parts and castings) and cleaning (remove paint and powder coatings from paint system car carriers and paint booth grates, and prepare surfaces prior to the application of coatings to power train components).
Fuji Machine America Corporation in Vernon Hills, Illinois.
A supplier of robotic machine tools.
GE Intelligent Platforms in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A provider of industrial automation hardware, software and embedded computing systems solutions.
Graco, Inc. in North Canton, Ohio.
Manufactures positive displacement meter, mix and dispense equipment for dispensing of single and plural component materials. Applications include potting, vacuum encapsulation, adhesives sealing, bonding, casting, molding, and resin transfer molding.
Guide Engineering, LLC in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Designs, builds, programs and installs industrial manufacturing equipment Areas of expertise include assembly & integration, controls & electrical design, machining & fabrication, mechanical design, project management as well as robotic material handling, dispensing, palletizing, end of arm tooling & fixturing, welding, etc.
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.
Hirotec America, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A producer of automotive body-in-white closures, exhaust components and systems. Also designs and manufactures stamping dies, bodyshop tooling and hemming systems, robotic equipment, etc. used to make automobile doors, hoods, and other body panels.
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.
HTE, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Supplies plant floor information products and solutions such as hardware, software and turn-key solutions for serialized tracking, SCADA, MES and machine vision inspection systems.
Hydromat, Inc. in St. Louis, Missouri.
A manufacturer of hydromat transfer machines.
IAI America, Inc. in Torrance, California.
A supplier of motion control systems.
ICA Cinetic Automation Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Designs, engineers and builds assembly and test systems for the automotive industry.
Industrial Automation, LLC in Franklin, Kentucky.
A special machine builder and integrator of robotic and vision systems. Site capabilities include engineering, fabrication, machining, programming, manufacturing, installation and service.
Industrial Automation, LLC in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of industrial automation systems. Product range includes table-top fixtures to robotic assembly lines.
Industrial Tech Services, Inc. in Georgetown, Kentucky.
A provider of automotive paint finishing systems, coolant filtration systems and robotic systems.
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.
Isra Vision Systems, Inc. in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
Develops flexible turnkey machine vision solutions for industrial applications. Specializes in 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional robotic guidance, surface inspection, and assembly verification.
Kawasaki Robotics (USA) Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
A provider of robotic solutions for manufacturing assembly applications.
KeenTec North America, Inc. in Oldcastle, Ontario.
A supplier of special-purpose machinery and automation equipment. Capabilities include robotics and plastic welding systems.
Koops, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
Designs and builds factory automation equipment, assembly systems, robotics and vision equipment, work cells, material handling and test machines.
Krauss Maffei Corporation in Florence, Kentucky.
A provider of reaction injection molding, injection molding and extrusion technologies.
KUKA Robotics Canada, Ltd. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A supplier of industrial robotic systems.
KUKA Robotics Corporation USA in Shelby Township, Michigan.
A supplier of industrial robots, robot systems, controllers and related software, etc. Capabilities include underbody assembly lines.
Nachi Robotic Systems Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Services include engineering of robotic systems for welding, machine tending, material handling and sealing/dispensing applications.
NSK Corporation in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures anti-friction bearings, precision machinery and parts, mechatronics and automotive products. Capabilities include ball & roller bearings, mounted units, linear guides, ball screws, actuators, Cartesian robots, direct-drive motors and ball screw support bearings. Bearing types include deep groove, angular contact, self-aligning, thrust, cylindrical, spherical, tapered and needle.
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.
Panasonic Factory Solutions Company of America in Rolling Meadows, Illinois.
A supplier of electronic assembly equipment (SMT), software and technical support as well as robotic and manual arc welding equipment.
Perceptron, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Provides 3D laser scanning equipment and information-based process improvement solutions for non-contact measurement and inspection applications.
Positech® Corporation in Laurens, Iowa.
Designs, manufactures and sells material handling, lifting, and positioning products. Services include complete custom design of lift & position assist devices and the associated end effectors. Also sells surplus new and used manipulator arms, vertical lift cylinders, articulated jib cranes, end effectors, closed track rail systems, etc.
Radix, Inc. in Tecumseh, Ontario.
A supplier of automation equipment.
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.
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.
Rethink Robotics, Inc. in Boston, Massachusetts.
A supplier of industrial manufacturing robotic solutions.
Robotics Industry Association in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
An organization promoting industrial robotics.
Seegrid Vision in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of stereo vision guided robots and vehicle control systems for industrial automation applications.
Select Tool, Inc. in Oldcastle, Ontario.
A full service provider of automation, secondary machines, check fixtures, and related tooling to the automotive and other markets. Total in-house capabilities including design, CNC machining, fabrication, metrology, and electrical controls.
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.
Stäubli Corporation in Duncan, South Carolina.
Connectors Division: supplies quick release couplings, multi-couplings and robotic tool changers for automotive manufacturing line application areas such as air pneumatic tools, fluid and gas lines, hydraulic systems, painting equipment, etc. Robotics Division: supplies industrial (includes painting & gauging) and clean room 5 & 6 axis robots for applications such as assembly, material handling, machine tending, painting and coating, finishing, deburring, polishing, gauging, testing, inspection, sealing/dispensing, etc.
Superior CAM, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
Provides prototype sheet-metal services. Products include sheet metal prototype panels including aluminum and quiet steel, low volume tooling and parts, engineering solutions and services, tool development, finite element analysis, light cloud scanning, robotic roll hemming, robotic DC welding for sub-assembly and final assembly.
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.
TranTek Automation Corporation in Traverse City, Michigan.
A supplier of engineered automation systems. Services include the design, development, assembly and validation of specialized automation machinery. Application areas include robotic system integration; material handling automation; automated assembly systems; automated MIG, TIG and Resistance welding systems; vision/quality inspection systems integration; etc. Products include drive systems; programmable robot transfer units (RTUs); and industrial gantry systems.
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.
Waltex, Inc. in Walton, Kentucky.
Designs and manufactures automatic welding machines, automated industrial machines and robots for the automotive industry.
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.
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.