Our personnel have the specialized experience to take your requirements, then design and build a reliable machine to meet those requirements.
ASG is experienced in the design and fabrication of custom machines used in the assembly, testing, material handling, and packaging of products. Our personnel have the specialized experience to take your requirements, then design and build a reliable machine to meet those requirements. Some of the specific areas we have the skills to assist you are:
- Stand Alone Assembly Machines
- Multi-Station Dial Assembly Machines
- Pick and Place Units
- Auto Load/Unload Stations
- Auto Sorting and Stacking Units
- Auto Packaging Systems (Weigh and Shrink-Wrap)
- Auto Tape Machines
- Bowl Feeder Units
- Vibratory Hoppers
- Re-Tooling of Existing Equipment to accommodate new product
- Refurbishing Existing Equipment to replace outdated components
- Camera Inspection Stations
- Assembly Cells for Lean Manufacturing Systems
- Bar-coding for Automatic Change-Over
- Quick Change-Over for Manual Stations
- Hydraulic Systems
- Mechanical Power Transmission Design
- Conveyor Speed and Drive Sizing
- Gearbox/Motor Sizing
- Brake/Clutch Sizing
- Torque Limiters
- Guarding Systems
Automated Equipment can be used in a variety of different industries, but is primarily used in the manufacturing industry. Automated equipment (or industrial automated equipment) is used to operate and perform tasks and production operations, automatically. Conveyors, industrial robots, automation cells, and other speciality devices are all examples of automated equipment that can be used to streamline the processes in your manufacturing company.
Automated Equipment has been most effective when it comes to efficiency for manufacturers. Greater gains in productivity can be achieved by leveraging automation along with advanced technologies.
Automation Options in Manufacturing
Think of automation as the mechanization of processes that can be completed without human involvement. The type of automation equipment you need will depend on the types of products being produced, resources available, and machines that are required.
In the case of the manufacturing industry and industrial automation, control systems and information technologies are used to complete tasks with different processes and pieces of machinery. These control systems are usually computers or industrial robots. Tasks generally include welding, soldering, packaging, food preparation and painting.
Mobile Control of Automation in Manufacturing
Being able to control your automated equipment remotely is the future of the manufacturing industry. Having mobility control over your equipment increases flexibility and intuitiveness. By controlling automation through a user-friendly mobile app interface, means you can access plant information right from your phone, from anywhere. It saves on costs, maintenance, time and labor. You can detect and address any problems that arise quickly by having remote access.