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specializes in the integration of multiple engineering disciplines to provide you with comprehensive, turnkey solutions. Our experience in custom inspection and assembly machine design, solid modeling, CFD/FEA analysis, programming for computer and industrial devices, iPhone and mobile application development, and machine vision ensures that no project is outside of our capabilities. We provide innovative software and hardware solutions to a wide range of customers from large manufacturers to cutting edge research firms. If you're starting from a hand drawn sketch or just a concept, we can solve your most challenging engineering problems.
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in National Instruments data acquisition and control systems. The CompactRio
platform gives engineers a single device for controlling an extensive range of applications. CompactRio features up to 8 module slots (expandable via ethernet) allowing for multi-axis servo motor control, digital and analog signal input/output, and SSR modules for direct solenoid valve control in a small foot-print. Visit
for more details. If NI's Labview
is not the preferred programming language within your team, Hunter Automation has developed C/C++ and .NET libraries for interfacing your software with CompactRio controllers.
Custom Machine Solutions
requires common sense, creativity, an understanding of multiple levels of mechanical design, and an expertise in controls development. Similar companies cannot provide all of the capabilities we can deliver to for solving challenging applications. See the
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solutions allow you to integrate mechanical systems with every level of your team from operator interfaces to automated reports to management. With the popularity of mobile devices, Hunter Automation can tailor iPhone, iPad, and tablet PC applications to meet your specific needs.
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