Our customers contact us for an automation solution when they need more resources or capacity, when the production has to be made more efficient or uniform, or when they want to avoid repetitive and monotonous work.

At ODIN Engineering we have an eye for detail, and we document our projects thoroughly to ensure that our solutions can always be serviced, adjusted and supported. At the same time, we are able to think creatively, and both these aspects are important for a successful automation project.

Moulding, handling, assembling, sorting and packing
Replicating human movement in automation processes is complex. Based on our experience, we have therefore developed a large ‘toolbox’ containing principles and components that we use to develop the right automation solutions.

When we automate, we always start on the floor of the production hall to get a sense of how the existing processes are carried out on a daily basis. We have great respect for the knowledge of the people on the production line, and we know it pays to start by listening.

This helps us identify exactly what is needed, which automation solution would be best suited for the specific production line, and how it can be implemented in the most cost-effective way.

Comprehensive and futureproof automation solutions
At ODIN Engineering, we integrate all component types – robots, pneumatics and axes of motion – in our automation projects. We always focus on developing the simplest and most stable solution, since we know from experience that this is essential for ensuring that the customers can use the system effectively after delivery.

This approach results in a comprehensive and futureproof automation solution that can glide safely and effectively into the existing production.

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