Innovation solutions to present day industrial automation problems require imagination, skill, and experience.  Let us engineer a solution for you.

For over 70 years, we have been engineering, designing, and fabricating custom machines. In addition, we have provided engineering modeling, analysis, testing, and data validation for many products. We firmly believe in strong engineering fundamentals. That has been a bedrock approach of any machine we have designed and built or any project we have undertaken.

We have a group of high talented and dedicated mechanical and electrical engineers that collectively represents over 500 years of industry experience. The philosophy of our engineers is simple. Get it done right the first time. Strong engineering background and overwhelming experience has allowed us to innovate products in many industries. It has been observed by many industry experts that our company’s DNA can be seen in many consumer and military products that are used today. Many of the machines we have designed over 50 years ago are still operating. Our clients have a deep understanding of our expertise and the value we bring to their products and processes. We become integrated as a part of our client’s team. Therefore, it is not unusual for us to have a long lasting relationship with our clients for many decades.

Consumer Products

  • Plastic Bottle Molds
  • Plastic Trimming/Assembly
  • Packaging Equipment Lines



  • Engine Intrumentation
  • Development/Durability
  • Engine Assembly Line


Materials & Process Handling

  • Steel/Aluminum/Glass Conveyance
  • Architechtural Glass Layouts
  • Material Specification Testing


“..Racing Front Fender is the culmination of 4 years of testing and racing and was designed by Palmer Associates, Inc. of Toledo, Ohio. …… Craig Finch, their Senior Design Engineer developed this front fender for us and knew just after one look at the stock fender and bodywork that we had to get the wind away from the leading edge of the front bodywork and move it up and over the nose for a faster flowing air at high speeds.  When you see the top of the fender, you notice right away the strange top wing (or horns) on the fender, this helps move the wind up and over the nose of the Hayabusa, while the enlarged fender sides allows the air to glide around the forks and over the leading edge of the side panels.”

- Guy Caputo, Owner of Tiger Racing