The Allied Automation Difference
To make every project a success, Allied Automation focuses on understanding your needs first. Each project begins with a thorough and open discussion to review your application. Allied Automation works to understand all of the factors that drive the success of your automation project in order to provide the best solutions available.
Our focus on new product development means that we provide both manual tooling for small pre-production manufacturing as well as systems for full-scale mass production. Our engineers know and understand the different priorities that exist between these phases of product development.
Get Your Product to Market Fast
With experience in nearly every sector of manufacturing and exposure to countless product manufacturing technologies, we have the knowledge base you need to apply the correct solution to your project.
We have a proven track record and a reputation that we are proud to stand behind. We provide solutions to challenging problems on time and on budget. The speed to market for a new product can be critical to the success of a business. Allied Automation understands what time costs and how long a project can take if not approached correctly and efficiently. When Allied Automation makes a commitment to an aggressive project time line we only do so with a real plan in place to make it happen.
Know Exactly What You Are Buying
We provide comprehensive quotes for our clients that outline the functions of a machine in detail before it is built. Allied Automation engineers design machines using up-to-date CAD software, building a virtual machine that you can view, inspect and test prior to beginning the fabrication phase of your project
You will be able to see what you are getting ahead of time, and if something is not exactly right, it will be changed. Our engineers simulate the machine’s operations in 3-D, so if you are someone with a non-engineering background, you will understand exactly what the machine you are ordering will accomplish and how.
We Design Better Systems Faster
Allied Automation design engineers follow stringent written design standards. We apply a proven set of standards for all mechanical and controls design. Allied Automation programmers apply an established set of steps in developing machine code that guarantees reliable operation and excellent serviceability.
Using up to date 3-D Solid Modeling Software we design every system completely before beginning the fabrication phase of a project. Our thorough design practices ensure that every machine we ship looks like a standard product. We know that you do not want your “one-off” machine to look like a “prototype.” When your Allied Automation machine is delivered, our design standards guarantee that you will receive an accurate and complete documentation set.
Testing Through Prototyping (Benchtop) Saves Time and Money
With your approval and go-ahead, the shop develops and manufactures a “fast prototype,” which in some industries—such as the medical device industry—is necessary for FDA approvals and clinical trials. Prototypes do not require the kinds of speeds or quantities that become necessary when your product is ready to hit the market. Thorough testing of your benchtop application saves you time and money.
How Fast Do You Want To Assemble Your Product?
At the point a device or product is ready for the market, Allied Automation builds a machine that creates production components in mass quantities at top speeds that are industry secrets—speeds faster than what any robot could produce. The machines built by Allied Automation are complex systems that often fill an ordinary-size room.
These machines automatically assemble products that would take a small army of workers in a manufacturing plant to put together, and the machines do it at unbelievably rapid speeds. You let us know how fast you want to assemble your product, and our engineers will devise a process for fabrication and assembly of the equipment that fits your specifications.
We Train Your People And Support Them
Allied Automation then installs the equipment at your site, no matter where it may be located in the world. The equipment is disassembled at Allied Automation and shipped to your site, where it is installed under our guidance and direction.
We produce documentation for the equipment and train people at your site in how to run and properly maintain the machinery. Our controls and software put you in the driver’s seat. Throughout the entire process, we place a strong emphasis on safety and ergonomics for those running and maintaining the machinery.