MAUS S.A. develops high-volume grinding machine systems, including systems for automotive suppliers like Webb Wheel.
MAUS in the house
MAUS automated grinding systems are high-flexibility systems for high-volume manufacturing.
Maus automatic grinding and vertical turning machines are supplied to machining and metalcasting operations, and to manufacturers in markets like automotive, off-highway, railway, energy, aerospace, and power transmission system production.
Manufacturing, sales, service, spares
MAUS formed a joint venture with Palmer Manufacturing & Supply Inc., to produce and service of its vertical grinding machines in North America.
Fronius USA's new production line is described as the group’s “first step toward more U.S. manufacturing," aiming to serve rising regional demand. “As a family owned company, we are thinking long-term and are dedicated to showing our commitment to the U.S. for generations to come,” Enzendorfer said.
More to come
Fronius is manufacturing solar inverters in Indiana, with an eye toward more production of other product lines in the future.
Fronius also manufacturers machines and supplies for MIG/MAG and TIG welding.
Working at home
ABB Robotics is among the world's largest developers of automation systems, for assembly, fabrication, and machine tending, among other manufacturing functions. It will be the first major robotics manufacturer to set up production in the U.S.
Robots for everyone
ABB Robotics develops multiple automation technologies for manufacturing of all types, including assembly, welding, sorting, and handling.
You, Me, and the Robot
The latest wave of automation technology is collaborative robotics, represented by ABB's YuMi, a collaborative dual-arm industrial robot introduced earlier this year.
Next Level strategy
YuMi is part of the developer's emerging robotics strategy: “The new era of robotic coworkers is here and an integral part of our Next Level strategy,” said ABB CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer. “YuMi makes collaboration between humans and robots a reality. It is the result of years of research and development, and will change the way humans and robots interact. YuMi is an element of our Internet of Things, Services and People strategy creating an automated future together.”