We provide what you need from robotics, automation, palletizing, logistics & more.
Our team will source, integrate, configure, test, and coordinate installation & service for your entire packaging system.
Capital equipment is the foundation that supports the success of a variety of essential manufacturing operations. As more advanced equipment becomes available, robotic solutions provide a unique opportunity to magnify the benefits of the asset. VMRA machine tending solutions provide a clear path to running core equipment faster, smarter, and more efficiently.
VMRA brings a deep understanding of manufacturing to implement cutting-edge technology while engineering with the people and process in mind. By involving our customers from design to start up, our systems provide the right amount of control to run to seamlessly, while keeping floor personnel safe.
VMRA robotic systems are perfect for automating tasks in and around injection molding processes. Gain a competitive advantage by keeping each cell compact, safe, and flexible.
Each robotic tending application uses comprehensive design and programming practices to assist manufactures in increasing capacity, cutting scrap, and realizing their just-in-time production goals.
Don't let part handling difficulties hold back your machine performance. VMRA robotic solutions are equipped to communicate seamlessly with machining centers to optimize safety and performance.
By utilizing the latest in robotic technology, VMRA designs press brake work cells that provide the best returns on short run and high-volume production. For more information, visit our dedicated press brake page.
Automated packaging equipment reduces production time and lowers unit costs. VMRA multiplies the equipement benefits further by robotically feeding raw materials and/or post processing the packaged product.
Elevate your precision and speed up the process using robotic part handling for laser machinery. Laser systems can also be mounted to 6-axis robots for added flexibility and control.
Increases in order size and quantity led Wisconsin-based auto parts manufacturer Felss Rotoform to expand operations through a new dual robot machine-tending cell.
Find Out How