Automation Solutions

Contract manufacturers and OEMs trust Haumiller to deliver quality automated assembly machines for high-volume disposable products.
Haumiller equipment is production-ready faster, more efficient, reliable, and often exceeds 95% OEE.

Concurrent Engineering

Achieve streamlined product development through Haumiller's collaborative concurrent engineering approach.

Improving Outcomes Through Streamlined Design and Simultaneous Engineering.

There is always some level of risk when you are developing your product simultaneously with designing the automation. Haumiller’s 60 years of experience and disciplined approach mitigates the risk by working closely with you to understand potential changes. We will work with you through an FMEA process to reduce that risk keeping in mind that you need to get your product to market. In addition, we will assess the level of risk relative to each area in the system so we can keep the lower risk areas moving forward to not create unnecessary delays for the entire project while additional analysis and proof of principle work might be required to better understand the higher risk areas. Proper design for assembly offers numerous opportunities to improve your product’s quality, time to market, and cost effectiveness. You can maximize these benefits through a concurrent engineering effort that’s aligned early on with your product design process.

Haumiller applies over 60 years of experience when providing design for assembly and concurrent engineering support. Here are some of the challenges Haumiller can work through with you in assembly machines:

Part Variation

A high speed continuous motion assembly machine is designed to handle parts of very specific dimensions. Sharing the right details about potential part variation, such as flash or warpage, allows Haumiller to design your system to accommodate the range you need.


We can minimize time-consuming setups by helping you add subtle features that increase compatibility of different sizes of a product that would otherwise require a changeover.‍

Feeding and Sorting

We’ll take a close look at each part to address possible constraints in the assembly automation system. For example, a common issue in feed systems is nesting or locking of parts. To prevent parts from wedging together, we may suggest incorporating internal or external ribs in the components.

Delicate Areas

Identifying areas of parts that shouldn’t or can’t be touched (fluid paths, for example) is critical. If provided this key information early in the process, Haumiller can work around those areas and ensure your machinery produces quality parts.

Inspection Requirements

After identifying your quality specifications, and determining to what extent the component variations are unacceptable, we’ll devise an appropriate inspection method to weed those parts out without slowing down the high speed assembly system.

Best of all, by pursuing concurrent engineering and partnering with Haumiller to ensure optimal design for assembly, you add experts to your team who can not only optimize your automated assembly system but also maximize the quality of your end product. The results include better products, faster time to market and, in the end, more satisfied customers. So contact us to discuss your project parameters today.

Our Testing Process Simplified

Our testing team isn't trying to make the machine work, it's trying to make the machine fail. We assess the durability of every machine to ensure your machine will last with any operator under any condition.

Phase 1

A series of short tests of every separate function of the machine to find obvious errors while running only the specific parts, and is completed when each function of the machine has run approximately 10 seconds.

Phase 2

Phase 2 is a series of tests, operating the machine as a whole interactive system. It is completed when the machine has run approximately 5 consecutive minutes with every function working.

Phase 3

A test of each specified set of parts, with every function working and the machine operating as a complete, interactive system. This phase is considered complete when the machine has run satisfactorily for 30 consecutive minutes unless a different time frame is specified.

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