Demco Automation Sponsors Regional Manufacturing Summit

Register to attend the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Manufacturing Summit XVIII

The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Manufacturing Summit XVIII

February 8, 2019 – The topic of the 18th in the series by the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce is “Making Robots & Automation Easy”. This event for Lehigh Valley manufacturers will focus on the benefits and advantages to automating with robots and other types of equipment.

Two panels will be participating to detail implementation of automated equipment on the manufacturing floor providing two viewpoints within this important and relevant topic.

– Panel #1 includes companies that provide automation, robotics, and related services.

– Panel #2 includes companies that have already implemented equipment in their facilities.

President & CEO of Demco Automation, Stephen Maund will be one of the panelists in Panel #1 stating, “Advancements in robotic technology, control systems, and a wide selection of standardized components are enabling manufacturers to automate production steps that were either too expensive or too complex not that long ago.”

To view the event poster visit Making Robotics & Automation Easy

For more information and to register, please visit Manufacturers Summit XVIII

For more information about the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, please visit GLVCC


In the News – Demco Automation working with regional Schools, Colleges, & Universities through Work Experience

Robot programming by one of Demco Automation’s cooperative education students from LCTI in 2018.

January 24, 2019 – Demco Automation was one of three local manufacturers interviewed for an article that highlights how manufacturers take advantage of working with students through internships, cooperative education, and other hands-on career experiences.

AEDC News, “Getting ahead through hands-on career experience in manufacturing” – by the Allentown Economic Development Corporation

Arguably the best way to prepare someone to enter the manufacturing field is through early training in the workforce. That can come in the form of an internship, cooperative education program, pre-apprenticeship or apprenticeship. These programs provide students with the chance to use the skills they learned at a career and technical school or community college under the direction and guidance of a mentor.

We spoke with three local manufacturers taking advantage of these programs to learn about their experiences, and how the programs benefit them as well as the students…

– Read the entire article at: Getting ahead through hands-on career experience in manufacturing


Demco Automation Hosts 2018 Manufacturing Day Event

On October 5, 2018, Demco Automation is hosting multiple Manufacturing Day events celebrating advanced manufacturing. The event invited community members including groups such as students, educators and others to learn about the design and construction of robotics and automation. Attendees saw videos, robots in action, and automated equipment as it is used in advanced manufacturing facilities throughout the United States.

Manufacturing Day is a national effort started in 2012 to promote awareness of manufacturing and its contributions to a 21st century society. In 2016, more than quarter million students and over half a million participants were on-hand to learn about manufacturing, technology, career options, and the overall benefits of the manufacturing sector to our communities and economy.

To see an infographic on how Manufacturing Day statistics and how it impacts the perception of manufacturing, please follow the link at: MFG-DAY-Infographic 2018

For more information about Demco Automation’s Manufacturing Day event, please see our Manufacturing Day page at: Demco Automation 2018 Manufacturing Day Event


Demco Automation is part of Inaugural SkillsUSA Signing Day Event

May 11, 2018 LEHIGH VALLEY – SkillsUSA, a partnership of industry, educators, and students to promote a skilled workforce, organized the first “Signing Day” event for the five area Technical Schools in Lehigh Valley District 11. The event was held to recognize technical school students that are moving on to a technical careers, college, or military service after graduation.

Demco Automation was proud to be a part of this event by preparing to hire current Machining Technologies Co-Op student Jeremy Howard when he completes his education at Lehigh Career & Technical Institute (LCTI) and Southern Lehigh High School in June.

“During his time working with us this year as a Machining Co-Op Student, Jeremy has been putting the skills learned from LCTI to good use machining and assembling key components for our robotic and automated systems, and we are looking forward to him starting on a full-time basis starting this summer.” says Stephen Maund, President & CEO of Demco Automation. “Partnership with technical education is an important company objective. It is our responsibility as a business community to ensure our regional workforce is ready to meet the needs of a technology-based economy.”

To see articles about the District 11 Signing Day Event, please follow the links below:

The Morning Call‘Signing day’ highlights jobs, opportunities awaiting area vocational students

Lehigh Valley LiveVo-techs show signing days aren’t just for athletes anymore

Demco Automation Selected for Fastest-Growing Companies List in Eastern PA

Lehigh Valley, PA, September 8 2017Automation’s assembly/integration/test area
Demco Automation has been selected as one of Eastern Pennsylvania’s 45 Fastest-Growing companies in 2017. According to the announcement,

Lehigh Valley Business today named 45 eastern Pennsylvania companies to its Fastest Growing Companies list for 2017 – companies identified as the region’s most dynamic that have made significant contributions to the local economy.

The companies will be honored and their final rankings on the list disclosed at an awards breakfast and ceremony Wednesday, Oct. 25, at DeSales University, Center Valley.

“Demco Automation is excited to receive this award and is honored in being one of the few manufacturers in this year’s rankings. Our team’s commitment to supporting the complex needs of customers coupled with the infrastructure required to produce capital equipment make this accomplishment all the more rewarding. ” said Stephen Maund, President & CEO.

More information about the listing can be found at:

LVB 45 Fastest-Growing Companies

Demco Automation Sponsors 2017 Engineers Week Event

Demco Automation is proud to be a Silver Sponsor for the 2017 Engineers Week event in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. On February 24, the Lehigh Valley Engineering Council  (LVEC) hosted the Lehigh Valley Engineers Banquet that coincided with events by DiscoverE. LVEC is an umbrella organization of engineering societies spreading enthusiasm for the profession among future generations and developing opportunities for enhancing the professional development and recognition of area engineers.

This year’s speaker was Brock E. Barry, P.E., Ph.D., F.ASCE presenting the topic: Did You Really Mean to Say That? Nonverbal Communication in the Workplace.

Awards are presented by the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers (PSPE) for Engineer of the Year and Young Engineer of the Year.

For more information on the LVEC please visit the Lehigh Valley Engineering Council.

For more information on the National Engineers Week please visit Discover Engineers Week.

With Continued Growth, Demco Automation Announces New Facility

new-facility-2January 7, 2017 – Demco Automation has finalized agreements and is in the final phases of completing construction of a new facility. The larger site will support its continued growth as a leading automated systems supplier.

The 35,000-square-foot climate-controlled facility includes expanded manufacturing assembly bays, additional engineering offices, and lab space to support advanced process development activities.

“With our emphasis on developing highly customized processes coupled with the increased global demand for automation and robotics, we have seen consistent double digit annual growth this decade,” said Stephen Maund, President and CEO. “because of this, we are in a situation where a larger facility is needed.”

The increase in assembly and integration areas provide flex space for bigger systems without reconfiguring the manufacturing floor. Maund added, “Our business has expanded in recent years to include larger production lines as well as our existing offerings of smaller scale systems for medical device and other industry sectors.”

“Additions to engineering, applications, and operations support over the past few years filled our office space with no room for expansion in the existing facility.” Maund continued. Current plans are to complete the move by February, 2017.

New Facility Press Release

Press Release PDF

Beyond Bridgeworks: How Incubator Graduates Have Thrived – Demco Automation

img_1100-1024x683September 23, 2016
The year 1989 was an important one for both the Bridgeworks Enterprise Center in Allentown and Demco Automation because it was the year that both were founded. And it wouldn’t be long before the two would be connected – the former as a manufacturing business incubator, and the latter as an incubator program client.

Read more…

Scalable Automation a Path to Turnkey Success

Tooled AD16 for medical device industryU.S. TECH MAGAZINE – August 2016
by Stephen Maund President & CEO – Demco Automation

The world of custom automation used in electronics and other industries is a game of which direction to proceed — user-operated benchtop stations, or full turnkey systems. By creating a scalable automation strategy from the beginning, equipment reuse, risk reduction, and incremental implementation can be realized. By approaching an automation strategy in an incremental way, benefits such as the opportunity to prove risky or untested processes before “going all in” on a full turnkey system, a reduction in initial capital outlay at the beginning of a program, and the quick launch of critical processes for production are gained.

Before starting a custom automation project, be sure to do the homework and plan obsolescence out of the strategy. Use the principles of modularity, scalability and flexibility to create a reconfigurable automation system for the production process. In the end, it can extend budget dollars and increase the longevity of equipment in a competitive global marketplace.

To view the entire article, please visit this U.S. Tech Magazine link at Online Article

For a PDF reprint of the article, please follow this link:
Scalable Automation Reprint August 2016

Demco Automation Sponsors Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Event

REG15_wTagDemco Automation is a program sponsor for the Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Man & Woman of the Year event for 2016.   Over a 10 week period, the candidates compete in honor of children who are local blood cancer survivors, the Boy & Girl of the Year, raising funds for LLS blood cancer research.

Through programs like Man & Woman of the Year, The LLS has invested more than $1 billion in research to advance breakthrough therapies. Almost half of the new anti-cancer drugs approved by the U.S. FDA from 2000 through 2013 were originally designed to treat blood cancers.

For more information on the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, please visit


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