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MWES is Open and Ready to Help

The Wisconsin State government has named MWES an essential business due to our support of manufacturers in many critical industries including medical, aerospace & defense, heavy industry, food & beverage, and others. As such, we have been authorized to continue to provide critically needed automation systems and services

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Project Spotlight: Automated Packaging Project

MWES was contracted to build an automated system to case pack bags of produce into boxes, at 160 bags per hour. This innovative process is flexible enough to run different batches, which may have different bag and box sizes, along with different stacks and configurations. Automation System Features

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RIA Certified Robot Experts

Midwest Engineered Systems Inc. has the most RIA Certified Robotic Experts in the United States! Midwest Engineered Systems Inc., an innovative provider of premier custom machines and integrated systems, is proud to staff the most RIA (Robotic Industry Association) Certified Robot Experts in the United States. Midwest Engineered

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UL Listed Panel Shop

Midwest Engineering Systems Inc., an innovative provider of premier custom machines and integrated systems is now a UL Listed Panel Shop; certified to build custom Industrial Control Panels for factories in the United States and Canada. This certification allows Midwest Engineering Systems to custom-build industrial control panels and displays

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Project Spotlight: Robotic Painting System

MWES integrated four Fanuc Paint Mate 200iA robots to an existing GEMA paint system with a “Two Pass Powder”.  The industry calls this “Dust to Dust or “Dry on Dry” where the primer is covered by a top coat and then cured. This innovative process allows for a powder primer

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Benefits of Increasing Worker Safety Through Automation

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

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