Design and Build
Do you use a special procedure that calls for the design and construction of specialized manufacturing equipment?
The first step in a design and build project is to assess your application and create a high level automation concept. Detailed mechanical and electrical design is then completed for the project, which is then followed by procurement, assembly, and debugging. To achieve a successful end, MiQ Partners maintains a high degree of involvement with the client throughout the project. MiQ Partners has been able to effectively develop highly complex functional systems, on budget and on schedule, thanks to their methodical, staged approach to machine design.
Build to Print
Are you looking for a machine maker to assist you realize your specific design?
We can effectively and precisely manage your build to print project thanks to the expertise of our team of mechanical engineers, controls engineers, and assembly professionals in all facets of industrial machine manufacturing. Please get in touch with us right away to arrange a meeting if you'd like to find out more about our expertise, service that leads the industry, and previous projects.
Do you need to validate a concept before buying fully automated machinery?
For your manufacturing application, we can design and construct a proof-of-concept system that will allow you to swiftly determine whether using a specific technique or technology is feasible. You can realize your invention with the assistance of our group of expert machine builders.
To find out more about how we can turn your ideas into a proof-of-concept machine, get in touch with us today.
Reduced Labor CostsAcross several industries, automation has led to a general reduction in labor. The human workforce can focus on oversight, while robotic arms can complete manual, repetitive tasks. Turnover and training employees on new processes can be costly. Not only do automated solutions complete tasks faster, but they are more efficient and accurate.
Improved Health and SafetyIn these changing times, worker safety and workplace density have become more challenging. By deploying robotics, our customers have optimized their assembly lines, cells, and warehouses to be more ergonomic — keeping space between their workers while still meeting productivity goals.
Improved QualityCommercial aerospace automation has a high return on investment because of reduced error and scrap rate. Human error and variability lead to wasted resources and high cost per part. With vision and inspection automation, companies can complete inline inspection and traceability.
Higher ThroughputAutomated equipment drives higher throughput than relying solely on human workforces. Our customers can increase their use of existing capital equipment, reduce downtime, and increase production efficiency using SCADA control systems. For example, our robotics design for automated nut plate assembly can do what five human workers could do.