Our process development methodology is based on an iterative approach, building upon initial proof of concept work to develop fully integrated processing systems. This continuous performance optimization delivers high performance automation.
We specialize in providing an integrated process that will propel your project forward from any stage in the product development process. Our in-house team of creative Designers, Engineers, and Manufacturing Experts work with passion to deliver high quality deliverables that exceed expectations.
With our range of professional disciplines all under one roof, we provide integrated solutions. Collaboration results in the best, project outcomes.
Improve your output, quality, and reliability with strategically integrated and customized machining solutions. Our engineers optimize your manufacturing operations through innovative technologies that support your business goals.
Direct labor reduction, repeatable quality and increased production rates are a few of the benefits of process automation.
Mitchell Engineering combines proven technologies such as Robotics, Machine Vision, and the latest PC and PLC based controls platforms to design and build advanced manufacturing solutions.
Successful machine and automation investments
depend on solid Project Management from Concept
Development through Installation and Startup.
Specific goals for each project, as well as potential
risks, are analyzed by our project engineers with
production and management personnel to utilize
in house and sub-contract resources effectively.
Ethernet enabled controls platforms accessed by
intuitive, touch screen, Human Machine Interfaces
run the machinery Mitchell Machine designs.
Whether new equipment or controls upgrades,
our team of engineers and programmers supply
the solutions for machine control.
“This letter is to acknowledge our full satisfaction with the recent completion of the first phase of a machine fabrication project of very high importance to MONSANTO CO. The time targeted to complete this first new, yet to be designed machine was very short. Without the close cooperation of Mitchell Engineering and Mitchell Machine throughout the building of this machine, such short delivery would have been impossible.”
-John Hoagland, Saflex Technology