Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.
500 Corporate Woods Parkway
Vernon Hills , IL 60061 US
<p><span style="font-size:22px"><strong>Running the <span style="color:#FF0000">SMARTEST </span>Machines in the World. </strong> </span></p>
As the largest supplier of customized CNC systems for machine tool builders worldwide, we strive to exceed your expectations by providing easy-to-use, energy saving, reliable products built for the long run, and we back our products with exceptional support.
More Standard Options. With many options turned on out of the box, no CNC manufacturer comes close to the features available to you when you buy a machine running a Mitsubishi control.
Long Term Life Cycle Support. Our Technical Service & Support team has been in the Americas since 1974, and we’re still supporting equipment installed shortly after we arrived. When it comes to extending the life of your equipment, trust our service experts to find solutions and make recommendations to get the most out of your equipment.
Value-Added Service. We are continually innovating in the area of support after the sale, to provide our customers with services that add value to their operations. These services include:
- CloudCNC Backup
- Service Agreements
- Machine Tuning
- Preventive Maintenance
- Spindle Amplifier Retrofits
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As Seen In Production Machining
Lack of Cybersecurity Skills in Manufacturing Leads to Career Program, and Other Workforce Development News
The Siemens Foundation has provided a $1.25 million grant for a comprehensive workforce development program for cybersecurity in manufacturing; Hudson Valley Community College’s new 37,000-square-foot facility will allow the college to double enrollment in the manufacturing program; and Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. conducted a training and workforce development program for some students in Houston, Texas.
Mitsubishi Electric Presents Integrated Factory Automation
Visitors to Mitsubishi Electric Automation’s booth will see examples of single source manufacturing, including IIoT systems, the M8 CNC series control platform, FR series robots, five-axis machining and a fully automated manufacturing (FAM) cell.