Invotec Engineering and Butterfield Engineering Working Together

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       Dayton, Ohio, USA, December 17, 2018–Invotec Engineering and Butterfield Engineering form a strategic agreement to provide customers robust software solutions for assembly and test equipment.    Invotec Engineering and Butterfield Engineering announced their plans for cooperation on December 17, 2018. Invotec provides custom automation equipment to medical device manufacturers for assembly, test, and inspection. As customers continue to face tighter regulations, Invotec recognized the need to integrate stronger software capabilities into their equipment for better data collection … Read More

Invotec Engineering, Inc. Celebrates 25 Years of Service


Dayton, Ohio, USA, November 16, 2018–Invotec Engineering, Inc. celebrates 25 years in business providing precision automation solutions.   Invotec Engineering began as a design firm in Centerville, OH with four engineers—three of whom are still with the company today. By 1996, founders John Hanna and Daryl Greywitt discovered that their customers desired complete solutions. They moved the company to a larger facility in Miamisburg and began growing a team with capabilities to expand operations. By 2000 they moved to their … Read More

Invotec Will Be Exhibiting at MD&M Minneapolis This October.


Invotec Engineering Will Be at MD&M Minneapolis | October 31 – November 1 | Booth 1047 The Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) show in Minneapolis is the largest medtech event in the Midwest—expecting to draw over 5,500 attendees in its 24th year this fall. The conference features educational workshops, exhibits, and speaker sessions in R&D, design, development, and manufacturing. Invotec will be exhibiting at the event, highlighting the latest developments in complex assembly, test, and inspection equipment. As an integrator, … Read More

Line Design by Assembly Magazine


In their most recent article, “Line Design,” Assembly Magazine asked integrators to explain how they help customers determine what type of equipment they need. Invotec is featured in the article, outlining the questions we ask our customers before we begin designing a custom solution. In the report, Todd Westfall, one of Senior Applications Engineers reminds readers that, “a lot depends on the customer’s expectation for return on investment” (pg. 59). For example, helping a manufacturer to error-proof the assembly process … Read More

Invotec Exhibiting at the Assembly Show in Rosemont, IL This October


Invotec Engineering Will Be at The Assembly Show | October 23-25 | Booth 1405 The Assembly Show offers manufacturers across all industries access to educational workshops, keynote speakers, and exhibitions focused on improving the efficiency, effectiveness, and safety of assembly processes. This fall Invotec will be there, highlighting the latest developments in complex assembly, test, and inspection equipment. As an integrator, we’ve spent 25 years designing and building custom automation equipment for medical device manufacturers. In that time, we’ve found … Read More

Reducing Risk With Vision-Guided Laser Welding

InvotecMachine Vision Systems, Micro Laser Processing, News, Precision Joining

Vision-guided laser welding is a technique that combines automated inspection with traditional laser welding to increase weld quality, improve consistency, and reduce scrap. Vision guidance is used in situations where the combination of tolerance stack-ups, beam diameter, and feature size would cause inconsistent welds. This typically occurs in manufacturing environments for medical devices, automotive sensors, and other intricate products that require flawless consistency despite tight tolerances, repetitive productions, and complicated assembly processes. Vision-guided laser welding works best in applications where … Read More