Fanuc Sales Leadership FANUC annually awards companies which distinguished itself with exemplary leadership in sales and integration of FANUC robots. QSI is proud to have earned this honor for 2019 and hopes we’re a strong candidate again in 2020. Fanuc Sales Growth QSI received, for the third time in four years, an Oscar for outstanding […]
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Thank you, again, to all of our new and returning customers that helped make 2019 such a successful year. Below is a short summary of 2019 from each of our departments:
QSI Automation is proud to introduce Atlas, a new line of vertical clamp injection molding machinery designed specifically for insert molding applications. The first in the Atlas line is the PMG-30. This machine features a C-frame design with 30 tons of vertical clamp force via dual hydraulic clamp cylinders. The machine is designed to allow the injection unit to be mounted in either a standard horizontal (pictured above) configuration, or can be converted by the customer to inject in a vertical configuration.
If you are curious about what is behind our logo and can’t wait for the official release from our Plastics Machinery Group in a few weeks, please contact Mark Garrison for more information.
Building Expansion Complete!
QSI’s 16,000 sq. ft. expansion is complete and all departments have either moved into their new space or soon will be. It took time, planning, and patience to make this happen, but was well worth the short term inconvenience.
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3D printing technology is certainly at the forefront of technology these days. There are many options out there to choose from. The applications are endless.
In the past, QSI would outsource anything that was best suited for 3D printing. A few months back, we justified the investment to purchase our first printer.
Before long, one turned into two, and the third arrived this morning. We continue to find more and more applications that make sense to 3D print versus machining out of steel, aluminum, or plastic.
Due to market demand and a growing customer base, QSI Automation will expand its current Churubusco facility by 16,000 sq. ft. This addition will allow just over 40,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space at this location.
We are thankful to the loyal customers we’ve had the pleasure of working with over our 30 years in business. We’re also thankful to have formed new partnerships that have helped confirm our decision to expand.
Plans are to break ground in July and have the expansion project completed by the end of 2018.