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Advanced Engineered Systems, Inc. has 30 years of experience developing high quality automatic assembly systems using a variety of technologies.

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Power & Free - Featured Case Studies
Automatic Assembly of a Seat Mechanism
Advanced Engineered Systems, Inc. :: Power & Free Case Study 2302
Challenge
Automatically Assemble 350 Assemblies per hour monitoring presence of all part details throughout the process utilizing a flexible manufacturing system with the ability to changeover with a minimal amount of personnel and downtime.



Flip and Fold Seat Mechanism Assembly
Advanced Engineered Systems, Inc. :: Power & Free Case Study 2578
Challenge
Automatically assemble and Test a family of Mechanisms at a rate of 300 assemblies per hour monitoring all part details and processes throughout the process.



Seat Mechanism Assembly
Advanced Engineered Systems, Inc. :: Power & Free Case Study 2410
Challenge
Automatically assemble of a family of Mechanisms at a rate of 350 assemblies per hour monitoring all part details and processes throughout the process.