Our automation technology ensures the highest possible quality of our products in the quickest possible time. The automated assembly systems are completely independent, minimizing the risk for error and reliably producing exceptional products one after another. The automation machines can adapt to a multitude of different customers needs and create a diverse range of products. We are ready to fulfill customers automation needs in whatever ways we can.
What began as simple sub-assemblies has grown into more automated mechanical assemblies as well as some hand assembly at our North Carolina facility.
We have the capability to manufacture products, assemble with manufactured or third party components, polybag finished products, include instructions, bar code labels, package and ship direct.
Camera used to monitor parts for color or color variation in addition to type, size, orientation or position of the product on automation machine or assembly line.
Marks the product with alphanumerical text, date, time codes, serial numbers, barcodes, 2D codes and graphics
Compact air leak detectors used to test the air tightness of products on production lines or automation machines. The ATEQ will also tell the actual leakage rate of the product.
Ultrasonic welding uses high-frequency mechanical vibrations transmitting through parts to create frictional heat at a joint interface. The frictional heat generated causes the part interfaces to melt and fuse while pressure is applied. The technique is fast, efficient, non-contaminating and requires no consumables.