Promess Adds 45,000 Square Feet of Manufacturing Space To Meet Rapidly Growing Product Demand

Posted By Promess | December 16th, 2020
BRIGHTON, MI – Promess, Inc. has implemented a significant expansion of its manufacturing capabilities with the acquisition of a fully-equipped 45,000 square foot facility in Brighton, Mich., which includes manufacturing, office and engineering and laboratory space....

Promess & Product Lifecycle Management

Posted By Promess | December 11th, 2020
When it comes to bringing a new product to market, or to doing re-design on an existing product, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is important to consider at every step along the way. From the manufacturer’s standpoint, PLM consists of 4 essential elements: Conception,...

Why Spending Less So Often Ends Up Costing More

Posted By Promess | September 21st, 2020
You’ve probably seen Benjamin Franklin’s saying “The Bitterness of Poor Quality Remains Long After the Sweetness of Low Price is Forgotten” more than once. It endures because it is as true today as it was when he said it a couple of centuries ago. And nowhere is...

Promess Names Andrew Joseph Vice President of Engineering

Posted By Promess | September 15th, 2020
Promess, Inc. has announced the promotion of Andrew (Andy) Joseph to the position of Vice President of Engineering for the Brighton-based manufacturer of advanced electro-mechanical assembly systems and system components.   He succeeds Walter Bosch, one of...

Smart System Slashes Scrap for Auto Parts Assembler

Posted By Promess | September 1st, 2020
The Rotational-Electro Mechanical Assembly Press from Promess helped automotive supplier IFA Group cut its scrap rate by 90 percent. The flexibility ofthe REMAP-basedsystem has let IFAGroup reconfigure itsassembly processand cut cycle timefrom 46 seconds to 27seconds. Global...

How-To Reduce the Complexity of Your Assembly Process

Posted By Promess | July 27th, 2020
By John DerryApplications EngineerPromess Incorporated An overly complex assembly process can become the downfall of what would otherwise be a successful project. The main areas that tend to add to the complexity of an assembly process are the initial design, the integration...

Composite Compression

Posted By Promess | July 16th, 2020
Application The most common assembly process for composite parts is compression molding. Material is inserted between coordinated metal dies and then pressed together under a high amount of force. Challenge The customer was previously using hydraulic presses...

Li-Ion Batteries Move a Step Closer to Perfection

Posted By Promess | May 22nd, 2020
Tools Lithium ion (li-ion) batteries are the technology of choice for applications ranging from handheld electronics to “plug-and-drive” vehicles and back-up power systems for server farms and other critical systems. Their performance characteristics are the result...

Hydraulic Pressure Relief Valve is Assembled and Tested via EMAP

Posted By Promess | April 10th, 2020
Valve manufacturers today are able to inspect parts during assembly rather than after to produce near-perfect fluid pressure relief valves. The Promess Electro-Mechanical Assembly Press (EMAP) uses no pneumatics or hydraulics; instead, press motion is initiated by a...

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