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INNOVATION THROUGH AUTOMATION

Assembly & Automation

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Assembly and Automation

Automated Solutions for the Future of Manufacturing​

Industrial-scale automation in the 21st century is rapidly changing. With the current labor shortages along with rising labor costs, switching to robotic automation has become a crucial next step for a lot of businesses. Midwest Engineered Systems has spent decades integrating automation products into existing production lines for businesses large and small. These automation solutions have provided our customers with increased production throughput, improved reliability and a great return on investment.

Automation has become a pillar in today’s production environments. With the physical demands required of material handling work and the lack of highly skilled labor to perform challenging work such as welding operations, many businesses are turning to automation technology in order to grow their operation. From palletizing to case packing to machine tending, MWES has the experience and knowledge in providing integration of a wide range of complicated automated solutions.

Components of Automation Technology

Conveyor Systems
Conveyance forms the backbone of any large-scale production line or material handling operations. Conveyors can integrate with many automation products that require an infeed and outfeed of materials.
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High-Speed Vision Systems
Vision systems are an important part of any automation solution. This technology ensures that material is identified and handled correctly by automation technology. It also keeps track of a number of metrics when the material is handled by automation.
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Robotics
Robots handle the heavy lifting of any automation solution. They are responsible for manipulating and transferring the material, or in some instances, performing the manufacturing operations on the material.
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End Effectors (EOAT)
End effectors, also commonly known as End-Of-Arm-Tool (EOAT), are basically the hands of a robot arm. These end effectors can be made up of a combination of grippers, sensors, vision systems and custom material processing tools.
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Assembly & Automation expertise

Automated Packaging

Automated Packaging

Packaging systems can pack secondary packaging in a variety of case patterns. Using machine vision and solid programming, our case packers can be quickly changed over.
Fabrication Systems

Fabrication Systems

We have found success in automating many of today’s casting finishing and machining operations. Our robotic systems are proven to work in a variety of harsh environments.
Full Production Line Automation

Full Production Line Automation

Factory automation systems can be built completely automated or as an interconnection of human-centered operations, as well as a hybrid of the two methods that consider the strengths of each...
Heavy Fabrication Systems

Heavy Fabrication Systems

We specialize in automating processes for large scale products. MWES designs engineered solutions for the unique needs of heavy fabrication.
Laser Marking

Laser Marking

Laser marking is the process of using pulsing or continuous-wave lasers to machine permanent marks on a material’s surface. Automated laser marking incorporates robotics and programming, applying a...
Laser Processing

Laser Processing

We have designed and built highly technical laser-based manufacturing solutions including, laser cutting, drilling, precision laser welding automation and laser marking.
Part Assembly

Part Assembly

We partner with our customers to create custom assembly lines that are engineered to their specific manufacturing needs. We have built lines from electronic products to some of the largest industrial...
Fixed Automation Systems

Fixed Automation Systems

Fixed automation systems, or “hard automation,” are typically used for production systems with exclusively allocated equipment and high-production needs.
Flexible Automation Systems

Flexible Automation Systems

Flexible automation systems are highly-adaptable systems with computer input and controls. Commands are created and entered by human operators using computer code or through other Human Machine...
Manual Assembly Line Modernization

Manual Assembly Line Modernization

Whether your production line revolves around high dexterity operations or large-scale, heavy industrial processing, Midwest Engineered Systems is highly experienced at streamlining manually intensive...