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ADI Invests in 3D Stereolithography Technology

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Erie, PA, August 27, 2021 –(PR.com)– Automation Devices, Inc (ADI), a vibratory feeder and part system components manufacturer, recently invested in a 3-D stereolithography printer for their Fairview, Pa. manufacturing facility. This capital equipment expenditure enables ADI to manufacture custom driver shells for their Swan-Matic capping division as well as prototypes for tooled vibratory feeding equipment. As a result, ADI is able to be complete these products in a fraction of the time versus traditional processes.

ADI has been serving the manufacturing sector for over 74 years with durable, long-lasting products. While traditional methods have proven successful, ADI recognizes the need to embrace change and new technologies. “We spent a lot of time researching 3-D printers and their capabilities,” explains ADI President Kevin Smith. “It was important to do our due diligence and make a calculated decision to find the best…

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