Mitchell was challenged to design and build a system that could manipulate a 1,700 lb. sleigh and occupants through a large range of angular motions at high speed safely. We were provided with extensive specifications, dictated by Disney Productions.
Mitchell was challenged to design high speed slicing machinery for the hardest material known except for diamonds. This project required development of advanced programming logic to monitor and control the cutting process.
Mitchell Machine was challenged to design and build a system that could be easily transported, repeatably positioned and accurately machine the FRP surface material of the solenoid in preparation for the stacking process.
LG Hausys is an international customer from Korea. There was a fire at the original facility and thus a tight time frame to design build and commission a new system. Mitchell Machine was tasked with building a machine to apply a UV-resistant wear coating to the textured surface of vinyl flooring material. Find out how!
The customer required 100% inspection of its submersible controls products in support of its commitments to the US NAVY. The existing system was outdated, manually operated, and inadequate for both larger and more numerous testing requirements. A more automated systems with coordinated motion controls was desired with the ability to integrate with the existing accepted test protocols.