Automated assembly places great demands on the mechanics, fixtures and precision in every step of the process. We have 30 years’ experience building machines to fill the Swedish industry’s need for high-quality mechanics. This is something we now combine with the flexibility and ability for complex movements offered by robots. We build robust, user-friendly and reliable automation cells that can handle many kinds of products. Assembly lines can have many robots performing different tasks, but it’s also possible to allow the operator to do some operations manually.


Assembly always involves feeding components. There are many techniques, and we use all of them. We collaborate with several different suppliers, freely choosing the most appropriate method for the task: traditional bowl feeders, other types of vibratory feeders or vision-guided systems that feed components to a robot.

The components can be snapped, screwed, glued or ultrasonically welded on. We’ve been around the block a few times and have many dependable solutions in stock, but we’re always looking for new creative ideas that make an overall improvement. Curiosity and passion characterize our corporate culture down to the smallest detail.


The interconnecting part of an assembly cell is often a rotary table with several stations. It can also be a pallet conveyor where the pallets distribute products to several different assembly stations.

Spreading out assembly operations to several stations means that multiple processes can be done at the same time. The operator can easily reset the assembly line for different models of the product by switching pallets or fixtures.