Automation Technology - Midwest Engineered Systems

Automated Solutions for the Future of Manufacturing

Midwest Engineered Systems (MWES) is a leading automated production line integrator. From product manufacturing process development, product manufacturing, and product distribution, MWES specializes in designing and integrating robotic automation systems for a variety of complex processes, including assembly, welding, quality control and packaging. The broad product knowledge of our engineering staff, enables us to integrate a variety of mechanical and electrical subsystems, hardware, and software from a variety of vendors into a complete, robust solution.

addere robot welding positioner additive

Addere Additive welding system close upFrom the component level to the supervisory PC level, MWES will design a factory automation solution that meets the functional, performance, and maintenance requirements for a successful production system. MWES’s robotic automation systems are designed according to mechanical and electrical industry standards and include all necessary safety and maintenance requirements. In addition, MWES’s manufacturing line design capabilities specialize in projects that have strict performance, reliability and environmental requirements.

ADDere Additive Manufacturing

Addere Additive welding systemWith the ADDere additive manufacturing process, time intensive iterative steps like component design or fixture building can be greatly reduced. Designs can be sent directly to additive manufacturing systems. This process allows for a much faster design cycle as components and fixtures can be tested at scale and in the materials specified for end use. With the ADDere system that could mean even Titanium, Inconel or other exotic metals.

ADDere also offers time advantages over conventional manufacturing processes. Complex parts that would have required casting could be 3D printed in a variety of metals, side-stepping the many steps involved in common casting processes. The laser-wire additive system has benefits over milling especially when considering high complexity products where 3D printing opens the possibility for geometries that would be difficult to impossible with current milling technologies.

Contact us today to see how we can help your firm through the process of designing and implementing an automated manufacturing system!