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Grease Gun Station: Reducing Quality Control Issues

Blog Post By Ian Mogab, Controls Engineer
A heavy equipment manufacturer had an issue with a manual grease dispensing application

Pharma Control Improvements Using Siemens SIMATIC

Blog Post by Shahrokh Yousefi, Controls Engineer
One of Patti Engineering’s pharmaceutical industry customers wanted to upgrade their current production

Lessons Learned in Managing Time Onsite

Blog post by Connie LeMarbe, Controls Engineer
What is worth my time? When programming onsite, what is worth doing: continuing

4 Types of Collaborative Robots to Increase Productivity

Blog post by Ian Mogab, Controls Engineer

Often times you may hear of manufacturers opting to replace their human workforce

Spotlight on Matt Lopiniski, Vice President of Industrial Au...

This article originally appeared in our August 2016 Newsletter.

Matt Lopinski is the Vice President of Industrial Automation at Mitsubishi

Our Partnership History with Mitsubishi Electric Automation

This article originally appeared in our August 2016 Newsletter.

This month, we continue our celebration of 25 years in business

Taking IO-Link to the Next Level

Blog post by Ryan Hibbert, Controls Engineer

If you’re wondering what IO-Link is, check out our first IO-Link post,

Mitsubishi Electric GOT1000 csv Data Logging

There is a variety of choices for implementing data transfer in a typical automation system. By thinking out of

Building Complete Operator Workstations

Blog post by Steve Palmgren, VP Texas Operations
An automotive manufacturer was looking for ways to cut lead time on

Phoenix Contact Helps Us Celebrate 25 Years

Earlier this week, Jim Hopkins and Steve Newcomer from Phoenix Contact stopped in the office.  They surprised us by

What's So Great about IO-Link?

Blog post by Ryan Hibbert, Controls Engineer

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25 Years in Song

We hope you will enjoy our trip down memory lane as we highlight both our accomplishments, bumps and bruises,