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Assembly Equipment Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of assembly equipment manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source assembly equipment manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate assembly equipment companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture assembly equipment for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading assembly equipment manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for automated assembly equipment, electrical assembly equipment, or used assembly equipment.

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  • The State-of-the-Art Eriez® 5-Star Service® Center Offers an Assortment of Programs to Ensure Metal Detection, Material Handling and Magnetic Equipment is Operating at the Highest Standards

    Erie, PA, Jan. 23, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Eriez® 5-Star Service® Center, located at the company's Wager Road plant in Erie, PA, offers equipment service and repair, inspection/preventive maintenance and rebuilds as well as a certification and exchange program for lift magnets. The highly trained staff at the Eriez 5-Star Service Center is dedicated to keeping customers' metal detection, material handling and magnetic equipment operating at peak efficiency. Eriez 5 Star Service Center Eriez 5-Star Service inspects and services magnetic separators, vibratory feeders, conveyors, screeners and classifiers, metal...

  • Eriez® Releases New Video Spotlighting Orange University® Educational Resources, Tools, Testing and Training Opportunities

    Eire, PA, Oct. 29, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Eriez® announces the release of a new video that showcases the many free educational resources, tools, testing and training opportunities available through the company's Orange University® Program. The five-minute video, hosted by Charlie Ingram, Eriez Vice President of Sales and Marketing, features numerous Eriez employees walking viewers through various facets of the Orange University Program. It begins by highlighting the Orange University Mobile Training and Education Center, a 38-foot Winnebago® custom designed for equipment demonstrations and customer workshops which continually travels throughout North America....

  • Eriez® Releases New Food Industry Brochure

    Erie, PA —A new brochure describes and illustrates the broad range of equipment Eriez® offers for the food processing industry to protect product purity and improve material handling efficiency—from the moment ingredients enter the plant to the time the end product ships from the dock. The easy-to-navigate design of Eriez’ “Food Equipment” brochure enables customers to quickly identify the appropriate equipment to meet their unique needs and requirements. Products are separated into three sections: Magnetic Separation, Metal Detection and Vibratory Feeders, Conveyors and Screeners. Each product section includes an overview...


    BETHLEHEM, PA - A new Dust Hood for Flexicon Bulk Bag Dischargers contains spillage and dust that can escape through seams in the bag and folds in the spout. The six-sided enclosure seats against the rim of a hopper or flange of downstream equipment, and is equipped with an exhaust port for dust collection and a hinged door with inspection window. The top of the enclosure contains a circular opening that allows passage of the bag spout to the equipment connection point. The flat bottom of the enclosure supports a...

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Assembly Equipment

Assembly equipment is used in the production process of manufacturing goods. Assembly equipment consists of the machines, robots, components and conveyors used in the assembly line. This equipment is used in almost every manufacturing industry, including automotive, electronics, textiles, tool and die, pharmaceutical, food and beverage and construction.

Assembly equipment refers to the individual pieces of assembly machinery that make up an assembly line. The overall function of the equipment in the assembly line is to work together, each machine doing one part of the production before the part being produced passes to the next machine. When a part has been worked on by every machine in the assembly line, it is a finished piece. This whole process goes very quickly, since machines do not tire, if they are well maintained, and therefore can run at high speeds for hours. Because assembly equipment is almost always used to mass produce one specific object at a time, the assembly machines themselves are usually custom built. They are also commonly automated systems, which cuts way down on human workers because once the assembly equipment is set up in an assembly line it does all the work mechanically, with very little asked of a human counterpart. In this way, a company installing assembly equipment to mass produce their product will be saving money, since they will not have to hire as many people to watch over the machinery.

Assembly equipment includes computer-controlled robotics, which are capable of producing complicated products. These robots make use of dies, drills, punches and other cutting tools in order to produce different components and parts for a product. A common way that assembly lines get the parts from one step to another is a conveyor belt. Hoppers or feeders will usually be attached to individual pieces of assembly equipment to supply the required parts in the correct quantities according to the preset software program that usually run the machines. Automated assembly equipment is extremely productive and accurate. They may range in size, depending on their function. For example, an automotive company is going to require a very large assembly line to produce a car, while a small electronic device, such as a cell-phone, may be produced by a much smaller system. Metallic and plastic materials common in computers and machinery are just as common with assembly equipment since the same benefits apply. The strength and corrosion resistance of stainless steel and aluminum make them popular, while the high melting point and resistance to moisture makes polypropylene a popular piece for machining too.

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