Coldwater Machine Company (Coldwater, OH) announced the launch of their new, totally redesigned and responsive website that adapts to computer, tablet or mobile phone screen sizes, making it easy to use on any device. This new site has been reconfigured and organized to better represent their evolving business and highlight their strength in automated systems, build-to-print, friction welding, laser systems and other special equipment.
Site headings include About, News, Industries, Capabilities, Technologies and Contacts that all build a comprehensive view of the company’s history, philosophy, facilities and capability. This information is supported by various customer case histories that illustrate Coldwater’s ability to develop innovative systems for the aerospace, automotive, appliance and energy industries. Additionally, there is a gallery of images that represent myriad projects and systems delivered over their 50+ years in business. Videos are embedded throughout the site to see equipment in action, and all of the literature available on the company’s various offerings can be easily downloaded from the site. Visitors can also sign up for company alerts to stay appraised of their latest offerings.
In other news, the company announced that they have joined the Robotic Industries Association (RIA; Ann Arbor, MI), a network of companies focused on the advancement of robotics and related automation technologies, as a Gold Member systems integrator. “Being an RIA member not only provides benefit to our internal team through the available networking and education offerings,’ said Dan Barry, the vice president of sales and marketing at Coldwater, “but also to our customers as we gain access to the latest robotic trends, enabling us to deliver cutting edge automated systems to improve their operations.”
Coldwater Machine has extensive experience in developing agile automated systems for a variety of markets, including systems to manufacture white goods for the appliance industry, as well as others for the aerospace and automotive markets that include processes such as friction welding, laser or spot welding, stamping, piercing, forming and inspection. In addition to being an RIA member, the company is also a Yaskawa Motoman Strategic Partner and a Fanuc Authorized Integrator.
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