Robot Implementation Challenges


Installing robots and robotic assembly processes in your facility can be a difficult and also overwhelming project.  Here is an informative article outlining typical considerations that you should review before making the jump to incorporate robotic automation:

Control Engineering – Robot Implementation Challenges

Once you have considered these internal challenges, Element can help.  Element can provide turnkey integration of the system to meet your quality requirements, and most importantly your budget.  There are a broad range of robot manufacturers and controls available, so let’s find the system that works best for you.  Robotic arms have a broad range of application, and have been used in industries such as:

  • Precision Assembly
  • Laser Burning
  • Welding
  • Painting
  • Packaging
  • Material Handling
  • Many other industries!


Element will also provide engineering and build services to supply the tooling and fixturing needed to make the most of your system.  Call us today and let’s begin the conversation to automate your process.


To learn more about how Element can help with your robotic application, feel free to visit our Robotics page.  Let’s build something!

Custom Automation Grows Your Business


This article is good advice for those looking to expand their business with custom automation:

Control Engineering – Deciding to Automate

Making the decision to automate your manufacturing process can be overwhelming.  Due to constantly changing and evolving controls and solutions, it can be difficult to know which direction to go.  Element Machinery has a long history of designing custom automation processes to fit your needs and, most importantly, your budget.  Our experience spans metals, packaging, paper, and even pharmaceutical industries, so we’re not afraid to tackle your requirements.  Below are some sample processes which we have automated for customers:

  • Reduce material in thickness to precise tolerance
  • Flattening plate and sheet to a desired straightness
  • Counting and stacking at high speed sheeter on web press
  • Cutting material to an exact length or weight
  • Using robots for repetitive manual tasks

Custom automation is a tough product to market because it can adapt to any process or industry, so feel free to visit our high speed automation page for more information.  Once you’ve had a chance to review our products, contact us so we can help make your life easier.


Call today and let’s finally build something!