Acme Manufacturing Company in Auburn Hills, Michigan, U.S.A., the world leader in design and integration of automated polishing, buffing, deburring, and grinding systems since 1910, has introduced a new line of high production dual arm robotic (Fanuc) polishing and deburring systems for aluminum die cast components.
Highly flexible design is targeted for the domestic and world market.
High volume, lower cost products (die castings) requiring manual finishing operations have continually been prime candidates for importing from lower wage markets. Why accept the burden of outsourcing your parts in an attempt to take advantage of low labor markets? With its export friendly footprint, simple teach pendant
programming, and low maintenance design, the Acme Dual Arm is ideally suited to be your own in-house low cost labor source.
Acme Manufacturing Company has always been the leader and industry innovator of automated finishing systems.
It's Acme's culture to continually provide uniquely creative solutions using the highest level of technology that's engineered with real world practicality. If you're currently outsourcing or considering outsourcing your finishing operations, let the industry experts at Acme Manufacturing Company show you examples and options for affordable high volume automation solutions.
For further information, see Acme Manufacturing Company's web site www.acmemfg.com or contact Joe Saad, Director of Sales, email@example.com, telephone 248-393-4208.
Acme Manufacturing Company is ISO 9001:2000 Certified | CE Certified; RIA Compliant | Level 4 Servicing Integrator and is Fanuc Robotics North America strategic partner for metal removal applications. In 2009 Acme was the recipient of FANUC Robotics' Presidents Circle of Achievement Award. This is a prestigious award that recognizes an outstanding integrator partner for long-term commitment to robotic
automation whose technical, sales and marketing contributions, as well as industry leadership have resulted in record breaking sales and robotic industry growth.
For further in-depth discussion on various automation opportunities, please refer to the following link through Fanuc North American web site called "Save Your Factory" http://www.saveyourfactory.com/default.asp