Machine Design

Possessing the ability to design industrial machinery and systems with a range of operation types, including automatic, continuous, synchronous, modular, and turnkey systems, we feature electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and programming expertise, which allows us to design complete industrial systems solely in our facility. Upon request, we also provide documentation, installation, integration, training, repair, and other services.

Essential to success in today’s fast paced, ever changing and global design environment is a commitment to seek out and apply “cutting edge” technology. Michell Machine’s designers are continually exposed to new products and technologies and charged with evaluating how these advances may benefit a client’s project.

Our design teams are geared to meet our customer’s project needs with state-of-the-art technologies. Networking and trained in-house specialists ensure that Mitchell Machine design teams have access to the fastest, latest and most complete design tools available.

Experienced Engineering

A team approach to machine design, drawing on the Customer’s experience and Mitchell’s Applications and Design Engineering, addresses all facets of machine design using the latest SolidWorks 3D CAD.

Design Focus

Simplicity of Machine Design by minimizing custom subsystems and integrating proven technologies such as robotics and machine vision. 

Reliable Production by means of robust design of custom equipment and tooling combined with industrial duty commercial components.  

Reducing Technical Risk by sound application of engineering principles combined with industry leading subcontract partners. 

Operator Ergonomics and a Safe Work Environment

Special Purpose Machinery

Typical applications include, but are not limited to:

  • Automated Assembly
  • Automated Machining
  • Inspection & Testing
  • Material Handling
  • Web Processing
  • Prototype Equipment
  • Testing Systems 
  • Robotic Workcells

“We at Solutia, Inc. wish to commend Mitchell Engineering, Inc. and Mitchell Machine, Inc. for the excellent design and fabrication of the machine we refer to as the CMF.”

- John C. Hoagland, Senior Fellow, Solutia, Inc.