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

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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.

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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 http://www.lls.org/


Demco Automation Sponsors 2016 Engineers Week Event

2016_Engineers_Week_Logo_VerticalDemco Automation was a Gold Sponsor for the 2016 Engineers Week event in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. On February 26, the Lehigh Valley Engineering Council  (LVEC) hosted the Lehigh Valley Engineers Banquet that coincided with events by DiscoverE (formerly the National Engineers Week Foundation). 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 Andrei G. Jablokow, PhD presenting the topic: Think Like an Engineer, Speak Like a Leader.

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.

Demco Automation™ Celebrates 25 Year Anniversary

DEMCO 25 Year Logo2015 marks the 25th year since Demco Automation was officially incorporated.  As a leading supplier of automated manufacturing systems, the company touches many product areas including commercial-industrial, medical device, pharmaceutical, electronics, and other technology-based industry sectors.

“Our steady growth and high level of customer satisfaction validates the commitment we have to providing quality, state-of-the-art technologies for industry today.  Our success is a result of our employees desire to create the best solution for our customers.” says Stephen Maund, President & CEO.

For a letter from the President and a timeline outlining the highlights of the past 25 years, please visit 25 Years of Technology Excellence

Demco Automation Sponsors Cancer Respite Foundation Event

For_Petes_Sake_LogoDemco Automation was pleased to be a Silver Sponsor for the 2nd Annual Dave Duemler Memorial Golf Outing. The event raised over $24,000 to benefit “For Pete’s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation”, a non-profit organization that assists adult cancer patients, their care-givers, and loved ones a break from cancer in a secure and comfortable environment.

This year, the foundation expects to serve 120 families, and over the past 15 years, more than 1,000 patients have been impacted by their dedicated efforts.

For more information about the foundation, please visit http://www.takeabreakfromcancer.org

From the Publications Archive

10-Station rotary dial with one tooled process stations (Wedge stations)Assembly Magazine

“…assemblers may want to give rotary indexing dials a second look. Machine builders have used new control technologies and some creative engineering to overcome the old limitations of dial systems. Assemblers may find that today’s rotary dials are more flexible than they once thought.”

“For example, Demco’s Wedge® system consists of preconfigured workstations that slide interchangeably into standard rotary or linear base machines. The base machine is run by a small PLC, which doesn’t control the stations, but rather acts as a traffic cop, coordinating their activity.”

To read the complete article, please visit Automated Assembly: The Rotary Club

New Mobile Friendly Website

Demco_Mobile_ScreenshotWith the increased popularity of mobile devices, Demco Automation has launched an upgraded website. Improvements enable an experience tailored specifically for use on tablets and smartphones as well as PC’s.

The mobile friendly website automatically configures for the technology being used while including the same menus and updated information as the original PC version.

For full access to the site, use the menu bar in the top right-hand corner and select the desired page for intuitive navigation to applications, contact information, platforms, and other information about how we can help you with your automation needs.

For other ways to find out about us, please visit our other media sites at:

          YouTube          Linkedin          Google Plus          Facebook

Demco Automation Supports Technology in Philly Charter School

With technology being such an important part of the world today and into the future, Demco Automation is excited to support The Laboratory Charter School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in their quest to have computers as a useful tool in the classroom. The computers will help the students, aged 5-11 learn how to use computer-related technology in a hands-on way rather than using alternatives, such as pencil and paper activities.

Skills such as word processing, use of the keyboard, internet navigation, web-based research, and overall knowledge of the technology will be covered in the new classwork. For additional information, please visit these links:

The Laboratory Charter School

Donors Choose.org

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