As a full-service equipment builder, Allied Automation provides a turnkey machine design/build solution that meets your unique needs. We have a fully equipped machine shop with the highly skilled tool and die, makers, machinists, and mechanical and electrical technicians. From fabrication of complex component parts to the assembly, wiring, plumbing, and assembly of components, to the building of complex industrial machinery, Allied Automation can meet any challenge with quality products and excellent customer service.
Key Benefits Of In-House Machining
Faster lead times by keeping machining in house
Better quality control of each fabricated component
All confidential information stays at one location
Protection of your real and intellectual property
Our shop produces high-quality, close-tolerance, fabricated parts from almost any material.
Our in-house capabilities include:
Welding (MIG, TIG, and Gas)
When quality machining is required, Allied Automation has the years of experience, top personnel, and quality assurance procedures in place to guarantee your satisfaction. We produce precise fits and components of intricate shapes and sizes for the highly discriminating pharmaceutical, medical device, semiconductor, automotive, cosmetic and electrical/industrial industries.
Contact us with your questions and ideas. We look forward to working with you.
Allied Automation creates welded assemblies ranging from basic machine frames to engineered load bearing weldments such as Hydraulic Press Frames. Our skilled staff has years of experience welding steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. The processes and skills that we have developed over the years allow us to provide custom weldments that are more accurate and better looking than many mass-produced welded assemblies.
Allied Automation performs all of the required panel construction and wiring for automated equipment controls. The quality and appearance of our control enclosures are a source of pride for us. While we realize that most people will never see “inside the box,” we know that the people who support production lines can operate more efficiently and safely in a well-organized control cabinet. We apply the same standards of quality inside our machines as we do on the outside.