How much “intelligence” does your press system really need?

Posted By Promess | May 12th, 2021
Dumb presses utilizing hydraulics and pneumatics may be just fine for simple applications that don’t require much in the way of precision, accuracy or consistent quality. Outdated technology may be just fine when there is little at stake if the component fails once in...

Intelligent Assembly Helps Auto Part Remanufacturer Compete

Posted By Promess | April 28th, 2021
By Joseph NeubauerApplications EngineerPromess Incorporated Daniel Anderson operating PPR’s Electro-Mechanical Assembly Press (EMAP) from Promess. The EMAP uses a servo-driven precision ballscrew ram and has force and position sensors to provide feedback to the controller.(All...

It’s Time To Apply Some High Tech To Low Tech Aerospace Components

Posted By Promess | April 14th, 2021
By Glenn NausleyPresidentPromess Incorporated Mention “aerospace” and most thoughts run immediately to exotic alloys, ultra-precision machining systems, sophisticated electronics and a host of other high tech subjects. That’s all true, of course, but it’s...

Servo Press 101: A Basic Guide

Posted By Promess | April 2nd, 2021
Two 500-kN presses used with a platen work station to give users the required force. By Stephanie PriceApplications EngineerPromess Incorporated Industrial automation can seem like magic, especially when used in assembly operations. Learn what you need to about the...

Promess Helps You Simplify Your Complex PLC Programming

Posted By Promess | March 1st, 2021
PLC’s (Programmable logic controller) have existed in high tech manufacturing environments for decades. They are a proven technology that has greatly improved the manufacturing process. The PLC provides greater control, easier troubleshooting, and the quick flexibility...

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...

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