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Custom Machinery Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of custom machinery manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source custom machinery manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate custom machinery companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture custom machinerys for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading custom machinery 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 custom machinery engineers, custom machinery solutions, or custom machinery designs.

  • Lansing, MI

    No matter the complexity, the challenge, or the workspace, Eckhart is your one-stop solution for the programming, engineering, and support of both standard and custom automation machinery. Our team of expert designers and engineers will analyze your specifications, and then design a seamless system that fulfills them. For more information on Eckhart's capabilities, contact us today!

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  • Belleville, NJ

    VAC-U-MAX is a leading developer of custom machinery and a well-regarded company that understands the importance of quality design and fabrication as demonstrated by Vac-U-Max’s product line which includes a wide variety of related products and services. With a worldwide customer base, Vac-U-Max offers premier solutions for many applications and industries.

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  • Erie, PA

    Eriez is the world authority in magnetic, vibratory and inspection technology for the process and metalworking industries. The company designs and manufactures instruments to move, remove or concentrate material; feed, screen or convey materials; and inspect product through metal detection and x-ray technology. For quality custom machinery, call Eriez today.

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  • Apex, NC

    ATI is a recognized leader in Automated Assembly Products and Services. To stay competitive, take advantage of our products such as Auto-fed Part Placers, Pick & Place Mechanisms, Placer/Presses, Feed Systems, Assembly Work Cells, and Robotic and Vision Applications. All of ATI's products are manufactured to assure quality, accuracy, and dependability for constant assembly production. Contact us today!

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  • Pittsburg, CA

    At Bishop-Wisecarver, we have a broad range of automation equipment to choose from, and we are willing to help you find the perfect solution for your application.Our products are proven for durability and dependability, and you can count on us to supply you with the best. We look forward to hearing from you. Please give us a call today to learn more information!

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Eriez Promotes Mankosa to Executive VP-Global Technology

Eriez president and CEO Tim Shuttleworth announces the promotion of Mike Mankosa to executive vice president-global technology. Mankosa was previously Eriez’ vice president of operations, a role he held since 2004. In his new position, Mankosa will focus his efforts on leveraging Eriez’ technology to advance both domestic and international operations, while exploring global opportunities for product and market innovation. He will oversee the technology interests of all Eriez products as well as future technology acquisitions. As executive vice president-global technology, Mankosa’s responsibilities will include guiding Eriez’ product... Read More

Eriez ® Announces Expansion of Services Offered by the Central Test Lab (CTL)

Erie, PA---Eriez® recently expanded into a new facility in Erie, PA at the company’s Wager Road facility. This location now houses the new Central Test Lab with dramatically expanded capabilities, according to Jaisen Kohmuench, Deputy Managing Director of the Eriez Flotation Division USA Office.   “While Eriez has always maintained a wide breadth of test equipment, this expansion allows the Eriez Magnetics Flotation Division to offer flow sheet development efforts like never before,” said Kohmuench. “In fact, a significant investment in flotation-related equipment, ancillary gear and capital... Read More

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Custom Machinery

Custom machinery is designed and produced to the client's specifications to perform an operation that may not be available with other machines. Standard models of machines are convenient for some applications but are expensive and wasteful for others. When that is the case, machinists and other industrial workers design and manufacture custom equipment that will better meet their needs.

The only other option for specialized machinery besides custom machines are retrofitting existing machines; machines can be changed and adjusted to become more cost effective or to perform new operations. By its very definition, there are no typical custom machines. However, certain machines are customized with more frequency than others such as lathes, mills, hydraulic presses, shears, press brakes, MIG or TIG welders, drill presses, band saws, magnetic drills and other machines. Such items may be customized in terms of power source, capacity, operating speed, blade size, bit diameter, length, width and height, among other variables. Custom machinery can be used by any industrial company and for many reasons such as robotics integration or automation systems that are used in the aerospace, agriculture, automotive, computer, electrical, electronics, fiber optics, food and beverage, jewelry, medical and medical device, plumbing, semiconductor, textile and telecommunications as well as general industry processes that require a specialized machine.  

Custom machinery begins with the tooling design. Engineers and design specialists consult with the client to determine their full requirements. It is important that the manufacturer understand what exactly the client wants or else they will produce a custom piece that no one wants or uses. The engineer or specialist may work with the client to find a solution or they may use the client's ideas as they are presented. Engineering and design departments then produce plans and specifications for the machine. These are often very detailed because of the many parts that are made from modified existing parts or that must be manufactured from scratch. The machine is then manufactured and any necessary machining or finishing processes are performed. When ready, the machine is assembled and tested. Some custom machinery may add a palletizer or conveyor system for continuous inline motion along a non-standard path. Other changes may include upgrading the machine to a high speed system that can operate at speeds ranging from two hundred to one thousand parts per minute. Factory or manufacturing automation systems are primarily custom designed because it is a cost effective way to create parts, it is labor-saving and easy and it results in consistent production.

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Custom Machinery - PHD, Inc.
Custom Machinery - PHD, Inc.