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Kawasaki Robotics Underbody Sealer System

Problem
Kawasaki Robotics (USA), Inc. had secured a job providing the robotics underbody sealer system job for the Toyota Camry’s

Hill Country Bakery Case Study

Challenge
Hill Country Bakery had a distribution center that housed both ingredients and products. The distribution center had multiple

Ancor Monroney Window Sticker Machine

Problem
For 18 years every night, Troy, Michigan-based Ancor had been printing all of Ford Motor Company’s vehicle window label

Same Old Problem, Brand New Solution

Article by Ian Mogab

Old equipment is a staple on the plant floors of any manufacturer that has been running

Patti Engineering Offers Expanded Services in New Indianapol...

Control System Integrator Patti Engineering moves from Kokomo to Indianapolis, offering better access for local customers, adding build services

2018 Career Fairs

Our team will be visiting college campuses this fall near each of our three offices.  Patti Engineering will also

Minor Upgrades, Major Improvement

Blog post by Ryan Goad, Controls Engineer

A couple of years ago, we completed a major retrofit of a

Tips and Tricks for Programming Wonderware SCADA System Soft...

Blog Post by Quincy Washington

Patti Engineering works with the world’s leading suppliers of robust and powerful industrial automation SCADA

Teeing Up a Solution for Drive Shack
Patti Engineering to Present Two Siemens MindSphere Technica...

Patti Engineering’s Steve Palmgren, vice president of sales and marketing, will share expertise on Siemens MindSphere at the Elkhart

What is the Cost of Waiting to Replace Obsolete Systems or D...

Blog post by Lynn Minard, Director of Finance

When thinking about replacing or completing maintenance on an obsolete system, the

Patti Engineering to Present Three Technical Seminars at the...

Patti Engineering’s CEO Sam Hoff will share expertise on Siemens MindSphere, Senior Electrical Engineer John Shipley will discuss UHF