Erie, Pa. – Automation Devices, Inc (ADI), a vibratory feeding equipment manufacturer, is seeing an elevated demand for vibratory feeding equipment – particularly with customers associated with the medical and automotive industries. As manufacturing companies try to keep pace with the surge in orders, there is a growing demand for automated processes, and as a result more companies within a variety of industries are investing in capital equipment.
ADI has specialized in the feeding of small, intricate parts since the Company’s 1947 inception.
"ADI vibratory feeding equipment enables buyers to minimize costs and increase efficiency and productivity by automation processes that were once done manually," explains ADI President Kevin Smith.
"Our focus is to provide a vibratory feeding system that can orient the given part in the desired direction specific to each customer’s individual production line," explains Smith. "Typical systems can include an elevator hopper to control the supply of parts, or an inline feeder to feed parts in a linear motion. We often work with our customer’s equipment to provide parts to a pick-and-place machine or a robot. ADI vibratory feeding systems offer great flexibility and versatility," adds Smith.
There is a growing trend of automating processes, especially as manufacturers across the board struggle with filling open manufacturing positions. "Manufacturers cannot find skilled workers as they did twenty or thirty years ago," says Smith.
"Automation equipment, including vibratory feeding equipment, is an investment in the future," says Smith. "It’s assuring to see an upswing in the manufacturing sector with such a strong emphasis on technology and automation."
"Our goal is to embrace this economic boost and continue to provide our customers with the level of quality products they’ve come to expect."
Automation Devices, Inc. is a vibratory feeder manufacturer in Fairview, PA specializing in vibratory feeders, centrifugal feeders, hoppers and vibratory controllers. ADI offers in stock products and custom designed systems. For more information, please visit www.autodev.com or call Automation Devices, Inc. at 814-474-5561.
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