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Moving toward automating production facilities that have a few or more lines can be an overwhelming prospect. Each line may need upgrades. Judging which should receive more of the budget is a task that may not have a clear cut solution.
Looking into automation for a particular production process? Determining if automation is the correct way to go may be a rather murky prospect, especially if there’s no off-the-shelf system to do it. There’s a way to prove out whether automating that process would have the ROI that the firm needs without having to build the entire system.
Visit MWES during American Welding Society’s 2019 National Robotic Arc Welding Conference & Exhibition, June 4-5 at the Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) South Campus in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Two of our brightest in the robotic welding arena will be on-hand to talk about your application and give a unique insight into
MWES will be at the AIMCAL Web Slitting Technology Course, on November 6th and 7th. We are excited to be supporting this unique event as we have integrated several custom slitting applications and are eager to continue to support these endeavors for you and your company. If you are planning on
Waukesha, WI August 17, 2017— Midwest Engineered Systems Inc., an innovative provider of premier custom machines and integrated systems, sponsored Kennametal’s annual United Golf Outing this year. This is the 12th annual Kennametal Strategic Supplier Golf Outing that took place on August 2-3, 2017 at Arnold Palmer’s Latrobe
Check out AIMCAL’s 2-day Web Slitting Technology course that covers a wide variety of web slitting technologies with the intent to expand the scope of attendee understanding and help deal with potential problems that will arise during the slitting process; now and/or in the future. Save the Date: May
THE FUTURE OF MANUFACTURING Midwest Engineered Systems Inc. is one of many companies that has taken initiative to open their doors to high school students and educate them about computer science, engineering and other skilled trades that are vital to the manufacturing industry. On Wednesday, March 8th, 2017,
Over the past 30 years, there have been only 27 robot-related workplace deaths according to OSHA incident reports. That is a relatively low number compared to the 4,585 overall fatalities recorded by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics during this time period. Of course, an ideal work environment
Waukesha WI, January 30, 2015 – Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest,” and he was spot on. Educating future workers is one of the best ways to ensure a better tomorrow. Midwest Engineered Systems Inc., an innovative provider of premier custom machines and