Autonetics is very proud to announce that we have opened a new facility in Cary, North Carolina. This will serve as the foundation for the next phase of our expansion for support and manufacture of Autonetics AGU and SGU product lines. This flexible facility, just 15 minutes from RDU International Airport, is in addition to our threading lab in Chapel Hill and our office in Raleigh, North Carolina. The 235 James Jackson Avenue location will provide extra office space to accommodate new technical staff, an optical lab for application development and CNC milling capabilities aimed at assisting in prototyping / production.
The success that we are enjoying gives us great confidence for future expansion with depots in the South East and South Central U.S. to support the petroleum and manufacturing industries.
Autonetics has provided fully automated, in-process inspection products for oil country tubular goods since 2009. Our goal to constantly improve our products is what drives us as a manufacturer of gauging solutions. By working closely with our customers in the pipe mill environment, leading material handing providers and the American Petroleum Institute we have made significant advances in our flagship AGU line of thread gauges.
The development of Autonetics new high speed sensor is progressing with the conclusion of our four month preproduction trials. On the electronics front the receiver board design, prototyping and testing have been completed along with integrating the charged coupled devices.
Common sense dictates that the best place to measure the parts you're making is where you are making them. For greatest efficiency and lowest cost, it's the most desirable option. Problem is, many gauging systems are not designed for the shop floor. Autonetics vertical, stand-alone gauges have a long record of excellent performance in the field. With millions of parts inspected in unforgiving industrial environments the SGU-V is an established key to success in lights-out manufacturing.
At Autonetics we manufacture heavy-duty gauges designed for years of service on the factory floor. Autonetics H series gauges provide short and long term advantages that help you consistently produce better parts. Reducing manufacturing defects goes directly to your bottom line and makes for a rapid return on investment.
March 11th & 12th, 2014
St. Louis, MO
Autonetics partners with many of the top machine tool distributors in the United States. These partnerships afford Autonetics the opportunity to connect with manufacturers across the country.
You have a Problem, We have a Solution
Autonetics is frequently approached to provide a solution for work pieces where no off the shelf product is available. We begin by setting in motion a dialog with the company’s engineering team to fully understand the application and requirements. This often leads to an innovative product with far reaching results.
High Tech Inspection, Small Footprint
Autonetics-designed inspection systems are fast, accurate, and repeatable. They eliminate the human error affecting reliability and repeatability. Manual inspection is labor intensive and error prone. Operators must rely on detailed work instructions, hand-held measurement devices, all the while avoiding distractions and fatigue.
People often associate the research and development function of a company with the in-house invention of new products. While this is often the case, many seek other sources to expand on future development. As a result, and because industrial and customer requirements are continually changing, the task of R&D is often outsourced to compliment the company’s efforts.
Autonetics provides the expertise to meet your objectives by assisting in creating better products, to improve operational processes and to provide specialist consultation.
Manufacturing within the United States is in the process of revitalization. Companies across the country are moving to close the gap spatially and temporally between manufacture and metrology. This effort to improve efficiency and lower cost will require tighter integration of gauging sensors and real-time error correction of machine tools.
Consequently, new measurement solutions for a growing number of parts produced in lights-out operations are in demand.