Summit Engineered Automation has sponsored a local high school STEM project for a NASA rover challenge that is seeing incredible success as it nears completion.
Summit Engineered Automation is proud to sponsor students from Stillwater Area High School in the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge.
Our customer had been having issues with medical pump cases that did not have good solder joints making it through their manufacturing process and getting to their customer.
The Summit Engineered Automation team standing proudly in front of the just finished “valve assembly machine”. This valve automation machine is capable of producing more than 45 valves per minute. […]
Robotic cell integrated to injection molding press with gantry robot It is gratifying when creativity rules out over what was quoted. This automated injection molding project initially required 16 separate leak detection channels based on […]
Dual operator mirrored work cell Summit was contracted by a customer to upgrade a semi automatic assembly line (work cells and work fixtures) to reduce downtime and improve operator efficiency and work […]
Envelope or tube cutting tool packaging Summit built its first automation for packaging cutting tools over 15 years ago. This machine was created for a drill bit manufacturer who had previously […]
Ensuring product quality before presenting to final visual inspection This Clean Room Molding Machine Unload, Leak and Flow Test Cell was designed to integrate to an injection molding machine with 3 B-Sides […]