Automated Assembly

Component assembly can be automated using a combination of rotary and linear actuators. Pictured here is a rotary indexing table assembling components into a product.

Automated Assembly

Robotic Assembly

With flexibility to assemble multiple variants robotic assembly can sometimes be the optimum choice. New products can often be added with some additional programming.

Robotic assembly

Semi-automated assembly

Automation can be used to assist workers by transporting workpieces to them as pictured here. Alternatively, machinery can provide mechanical assistance for example in a manually loaded pneumatic press.

Semi Automated Assembly

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What our clients say

"Oakmount have become an extension to our business and we have formed a partnership which has enabled me to develop the automation equipment in house efficiently and with minimal disruption. I cannot stress the importance of having this sort of support as if a production line was to fail, the financial implications on the business as well as efficiency of manufactured products could be substantial."
Paul Pady Manufacturing Engineering Manager, Schneider Electric
"The key aspect which really makes Oakmount stand out for me is their ability to adapt to change in a project specification at short notice, their flexibility in providing support and still maintaining a resolution at the close. They are not phased by change and this is shown in their proficiency to endeavour in customer satisfaction and deliver innovative designs to meet with the varying requirements."
David Bartolini General Manager, Lapmaster Wolters
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