Welding Equipment (64)
Suppliers of automotive manufacturing/assembly-line welding 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.
Abicor Binzel Corporation in Frederick, Maryland.
A supplier of MIG, TIG, laser and robotic welding torches.
Automation IGŪ, LLC in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
A supplier of machine controls as well as automated systems such as tube benders, robotic weld cells, assembly lines and custom machines. Capabilities include robotic integration, robotic welding, robotic weld cells, weld tooling, custom machining, robot tube benders, controls systems, weld monitors, toggle clamps and terminals.
Bielomatik, Inc. in New Hudson, Michigan.
A global supplier of manufacturing equipment for plastic welding using laser, vibration, ultrasonic, hot plate, IR, and finishing system technology. Capabilities include engineering, tooling and part design, prototyping, and service.
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.
Bosch Rexroth Corporation in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of components, modules, systems and services in the areas of mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic drive and control technologies for factory automation and mobile applications.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Emabond Solutions, LLC in Norwood, New Jersey.
Designs and manufactures high strength joining systems for assembly of thermoplastic parts. Provides electromagnetic plastic welding systems.
Emag LLC in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of turning machines, milling machines, grinding machines and laser welding machines.
FANUC Robotics America, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of robots, software and controls. Application areas include painting, assembly, machine tending, parts transfer, spot welding, arc welding, laser processing, cutting/grinding/deburring/polishing, waterjet cutting/routing, and dispensing robotics.
FATA Automation Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Services include the design and building of integrated systems and services for automotive foundries. Expertise includes design, engineering, manufacturing, fabrication, installation, start-up and training for material handling systems such as automated guided vehicles (AGV), automated electrified monorail systems (EMS), automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS), automated parking systems, skid conveyor systems, skillet conveyor systems, pallet conveyor systems, roller conveyor systems, cargo handling, power & free chain conveyors and belt conveyor systems.
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.
Fronius USA, LLC in Brighton, Michigan.
Products include arc welding solutions for manual and fully automatic welding applications such as CMT, Tandem, Plasma, MIG and TIG welding.
Fusion, Inc. in Willoughby, Ohio.
A manufacturer of brazing and soldering alloys and machines.
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.
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.
Hobart Brothers Company in Troy, Ohio.
A manufacturer of welding filler metals.
Hyundai Welding Products, Inc. in Suwanee, Georgia.
A provider of welding equipment and supplies.
JFK Systems, Inc. in Oldcastle, Ontario.
A full service provider of final automated weld equipment, assembly fixtures check fixtures and gages.
KeenTec North America, Inc. in Oldcastle, Ontario.
A supplier of special-purpose machinery and automation equipment. Capabilities include robotics and plastic welding systems.
Kulicke & Soffa Industries, Inc. in Santa Ana, California.
Designs, manufactures and markets wire bonding equipment for the automotive and industrial markets worldwide. Products also include wire bonders to ultrasonically weld aluminum wires ranging from 1.5-20 mil/38-500 microns in diameter.
Laserage Technology Corporation in Waukegan, Illinois.
A provider of various laser-related CO2 and Nd:YAG laser system services such as cutting, drilling, scribing, welding, and heat treating a wide variety of materials such as alumina, metals, plastics, glass, etc.
Leister Technologies, LLC in Itasca, Illinois.
A manufacturer of laser systems for welding thermoplastics and selective soldering.
LEONI Engineering Products & Services, Inc. in Lake Orion, Michigan.
A designer, manufacturer and installer of robotic dress products and systems. Product areas include umbilical systems, kickless cables, hoses, water- and air-cooled welding jumpers, bracket systems. Services include robotics and PLC training, robot programming, machine vision and tool center point calibration.
Matsumoto U.S. Technologies, Inc. in Madison, Alabama.
A supplier of positioning, welding, cutting, robotic and automated systems including welding cells, automotive fixtures, supplies and related-services.
Merritech, Inc. in Saginaw, Michigan.
Expertise in designing and building special production machines for automotive manufacturers and other industries. Products include standard assembly systems, special assembly machines, werth turning systems, friction welding equipment, metal removal machines and test machines.
Miyachi Unitek Corporation in Monrovia, California.
A supplier of equipment and systems for resistance welding, laser welding, laser marking, heat seal bonding, atmosphere control, and hermetic sealing to the automotive and other industries. Automotive application areas include air bag assemblies, switch gear assemblies, motor assemblies and armatures, anti-lock brake solenoids, ignition controls, lighting assemblies, fuel injectors and day/night switches.
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.
MS Industries, Inc. in Webberville, Michigan.
MS Plastic Welders supplies ultrasonic welding machinery. MS Precision Components supplies mechanical subassemblies and components.
Nachi Robotic Systems Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Services include engineering of robotic systems for welding, machine tending, material handling and sealing/dispensing applications.
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.
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.
plasmo USA, LLC in Plymouth, Michigan.
A provider of real-time quality inspection systems for welding applications.
Prima Electro North America, LLC in Chicopee, Massachusetts.
A provider of CNC and general motion control products and electronic assemblies as well as the design, manufacture, sales and service of high-power industrial lasers.
Prototech Laser, Inc. in Chesterfield, Michigan.
A supplier of laser cutting and robotic MIG welding equipment.
PTR-Precision Technologies, Inc. in Enfield, Connecticut.
Specializes in manufacturing electron beam (EB) welding machines and providing electron beam welding job shop services. Services include support for electron beam welding systems as well as turnkey installations, service, PM programs, spare parts, retrofits, upgrades, overhauls, weld process development and training. Automotive application areas include speed gears, torque converters, shaft assemblies, cam surface hardening, differential gears, fuel injectors, planet carriers, turbocharger impellers, and body structural components, etc.
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.
ROFIN-LASAG Lasers in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
A manufacturer of precision pulsed Nd:YAG laser sources and beam delivery systems. Automotive cutting, drilling, scribing and welding applications include brake discs, heat exchangers, transmission gears/linkages, batteries, connectors, lighting systems, connecting rods, gaskets, pistons/rings, valve trains, brushings/bearings and springs made of aluminum, ceramics, ferrous metals, powder metals, steel and stainless steel materials. Facilities include an onsite lab for feasibility testing.
Roy Smith Company in Detroit, Michigan.
A provider of industrial gases, welding equipment, repair, engineering and consulting services.
Solvay Chemicals, Inc. in Houston, Texas.
A supplier of calcium carbonate, caprolactones, polyvinyl chloride polymer (PVC), refrigerants and aluminum brazing fluxes. Application areas include paint resins, elastomers, flexible coatings, under body sealants, and controlled atmospheric brazing of aluminum heat exchangers such as radiators, condensers and evaporators.
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.
Soutec, Ltd. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of customized laser and resistance welding systems including quality control systems. Applications include tailored blanks, tubular blanks, fuel tanks, exhaust systems, oil filters, and brake components.
Special Metals Welding Products Company in Newton, North Carolina.
A supplier of nickel-base welding consumables for joining high-nickel alloys and high-performance steels; joining or repair-welding cast irons; welding dissimilar metals, and overlaying on steel using welding techniques. Products include filler wires and weldstrip, flux-coated electrodes, flux-cored wires, and fluxes.
STANLEY Engineered Fastening in Mt. Clemens, Michigan.
A global supplier of fastening & assembly technologies including drawn arc stud welding systems, self-piercing riveting systems, functional plastic & plastic fasteners, value-added metal assemblies, torque and weld nuts, metal clips, self drilling screws & POP rivet, riveting systems & threaded inserts.
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.
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.
Tree City Tool and Engineering Company, Inc. in Greensburg, Indiana.
A machine manufacturer specializing in engineering, robotic integration, milling, grinding, drilling, tapping, gauging, hydraulics, assembly and welding custom machinery.
Tregaskiss, Ltd. in Windsor, Ontario.
Products include MIG welding torches. Specialize in robotic MIG welding torches and peripherals, along with customized torches.
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.
Utica Enterprises, Inc. in Shelby Township, Michigan.
A supplier of welding equipment and supplies.
Waltex, Inc. in Walton, Kentucky.
Designs and manufactures automatic welding machines, automated industrial machines and robots for the automotive industry.
Welding Technology Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Designer and manufacturer of resistance welding controls and related data acquisition systems.
Windsor Machine & Stamping Ltd. in LaSalle, Ontario.
Designs, engineers and integrates headrest frames and assemblies using wire products, tubular components, stampings, foam, fabric and plastic parts to produce assembled headrests. Other products include seating components, upper and lower exhaust hangers and assemblies, modular assemblies, structural brackets and braces.
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.
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.