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Automated Manufacturing Equipment (12 companies found)

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  • Gooch & Housego

  • Finetech

    Finetech’s high‐accuracy bonding equipment for micro assembly supports the most precise and complex applications. Sub-micron placement is possible with an extensive range of bonding technologies; our quality optics and highly stable machine design provide the accuracy and repeatability that...
  • Amada Miyachi America Corporation

    Amada Miyachi America, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of equipment and systems for resistance welding, laser welding, laser marking, laser cutting, laser micromachining, and hot bar bonding. The company provides products to a wide range of markets, including the medical device, battery, electric...
  • OleumTech Corporation

    WIO® Base Unit: The WIO® Wireless Base Unit, WM2000-002, is part of the WIO family of industrial wireless automation products. The Base Unit is an economical solution for adding wireless capabilities to existing or new, process conditions. The Base Unit is a multi-input unit capable of accepting four analog...
  • KUKA Systems North America LLC

    KUKA Robotics is the North American subsidiary of KUKA Roboter GmbH, one of the world´s largest robot manufacturers. Since building its first industrial robot in 1977, KUKA has earned an international reputation for robotic excellence. Virtually all of the 80,000 robots installed in the field...
  • Kammann USA, Inc.

    Kammann, as the world’s largest supplier of graphic screen equipment, has provided proven precision-based print and converting solutions for well over a half century. We have consistently set the standards for innovation, performance, design and superior processes as only we can. Because of our...
  • EXFO

  • Palomar Technologies Inc

    Palomar Technologies enables manufacturers to improve production quality and yield, increase throughput, shorten assembly times, and increase profits. This is done by designing, building, integrating, and supporting the high-precision machinery needed to assemble complex packages with the...
  • Spirig Advanced Technologies Inc

    CelsiStrip® tacky labels do permanently change their specific temperature indicating areas from white to black whenever their specific temperature levels are reached or exceeded. Forty sequenced levels are available from +40°C / 105°F up to 260°C / 550°F. Custom designs available. More...
  • Veeco Instruments Inc