Mechanical

August Electronics > Mechanical

Electronics and electromechanical systems are present in every sector of industrial control, production and information. The future will be driven by mechatronic systems, wireless technologies and miniaturization increasing the demand for electronically controlled and automated mechanical components and processes.

Original Equipment Manufacturers of control systems and technology, high-frequency technology, and electrical equipment also require plastic and metal mechanical components assembled into their final products.

IndustrialSome of the types of electronic products we have supported our mechanical client’s manufacture include:

  • Mechanical lift systems
  • Vehicle cargo management systems
  • Hydraulic or pneumatic system assemblies
  • Power supplies and converters

How August can help

Our experience in PCB manufacturing and electro-mechanical assembly, coupled with our history of printed circuit board design, we can offer you product prototyping to volume production manufacturing and aftermarket support solutions in the areas of oil and gas, automotive, consumer electronics, and many other industries.

Our collaborative work ethic enables you to transform creative concepts into intelligent products that can integrate into the fast-developing industry of Industrial Internet of Things. We have a reputation for producing high-quality durable electronics and mechanical components for the electrical equipment and electronics industry.

Our capabilities for your mechanical manufacturing needs include:

  • Design for manufacturability including design for test and design for assembly
  • Custom cabling and cable harnesses
  • Electro-mechanical assembly
  • Dedicated space for large mechanical rework or refurbishments
  • Encapsulation, conformal coating and potting for harsh environments
  • Rigorous inspection and testing throughout all stages and after final assembly

Learn more about how we help the mechanical industry OEMs:

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