Building superior equipment requires quality parts that fit together well and work reliably. At mk North America we’re committed to designing modular solutions that can be customized to fit even the most unique requirements.
Our aluminum framing / t-slot aluminum extrusions make it possible to construct just about anything our customers can imagine. That’s the advantage to working with a reliable and material that’s designed for flexibility such as extruded aluminum.
Batteries are a leading source of energy today powering tools, vehicles, electronics and even our homes. As the market demand increases for battery solutions, manufacturers must adapt to increase production while improving quality.
Conveyors play a key role in the battery manufacturing industry as they offer the solutions necessary to carry and guide batteries for the lifecycle of their manufacturing process.
Here’s a closer look at some of the ways conveyor manufacturers are providing benefit to the battery industry so it can successfully meet market demands.
In 1993 Kevin Doughney had years of experience working as a machinist for Sikorsky Aircraft and United Technologies, and was looking to make a change to a smaller company. In the late fall of that year he met with a man named Andreas Tietje, who started the North American division of Maschinenbau Kitz just five years earlier, mk Automation Engineering. On December 5, 1993 Kevin became the fifth employee at mk. The rest they say is history. I had the pleasure of sitting down and chatting with Kevin about the changes he has seen not only in mk, but within the industry as a whole.
Maintaining a safe work environment is critical for all industries. In manufacturing, where laborers may spend long periods in front of machinery and using equipment, it’s especially important to have safeguards in place to protect them from injury and harm.
According to findings by the CDC, “Musculoskeletal disorders account for nearly 70 million physician office visits in the United States annually, and an estimated 130 million total healthcare encounters including outpatient, hospital, and emergency room visits.”