Fusion Systems Group

Year Founded:1933
Annual Revenue:$5-10 million
Listing Last Updated:8/31/2011

Contact Information
Name:Richard Cukelj - Business Development Manager
Address:   
4658 East 355th Street
WilloughbyOH 44094 United States
Phone:440-946-3300 ext: 520
Fax:440-942-9083
Email:rcukelj@fusionsystemsgroup.com
Website:www.fusionsystemsgroup.com

Industries Served
automation/controlautomotivebottling/canningconsumer productsfood/beverage
machinerymaterial handlingmedical/health careOEMpackaging
printing/convertingadhesivesaerospace/aircraftaluminumappliances
coating/finishingcontainersfabricated metalsheat treatingmanufacturing--general
pharmaceuticalsprocessingrubber/plastics/painttireswater/wastewater
winding/coilingbiotechnologychemical/petrochemicaldurable goodselectronics
engineering/constructionenvironmentalgovernment/defensemetalspulp/paper
steeltest/measurementbrewing/distillingbuilding automationcoal
furniturepet productsquality control/testspecialty chemicalsplumbing

Areas Served
AK-WA-OR-CA-HIAR-LA-OK-TXCanadaDE-MD-VA-WV-NC-SC-GA-FLKY-TN-AL-MS
ME-NH-VT-MA-RI-CTMN-IA-MO-ND-SD-NE-KSMT-ID-WY-CO-NM-AZ-UT-NVNY-NJ-PAOH-IN-IL-MI-WI

Engineering Specialties
automated assemblyautomated weldingautomatic test equipmentautomation--generalbatch control
batch processingblendingbuilding automationC/C++control panels
conveying/sortingDCSdesigns/specificationsdiscrete controldiscrete parts handling
dispensing/fillingenclosuresfactory automationfield serviceflow control
HMIhydraulics/pneumaticsinstallation/start-upmachine build/retrofitmachine design/control
material handlingmechanical engineeringmotors/motion controlpackagingPC-based controls
PLCsprocess controlprocess engineeringproduct tracking/identproject management
roboticssystems engineeringturnkey systemsvision systemsweb processes
advanced controlCAD/documentationcalibration/certificationcell controlcombustion engineering
diagnosticselectrical engineeringfault tolerant systemsinstr/data acquisitioninternational projects
machine toolspumps/compressors/turbinequality/test engineeringsafety/security systemsSCADA
temperature controltest/inspectionVisual Basicannealing/picklingCNC
computer softwarecontrolled atmospheredata collection/reportingindustrial engineeringlaboratory automation
level controlmanufacturing engineeringregulatory complianceresearch/developmentwireless
analyzer systemschemical engineeringcoating/finishingcranes/hoistsdata processing/mgmnt
mechanical designparts feeding

Product Experience
Allen-BradleyAutodeskAutomationDirectBanner EngineeringBosch-Rexroth
CognexDwyer InstrumentsFANUC RoboticsFestoHoffman
IDECIntelligent ActuatorMitsubishiRittalRockwell Automation
Rockwell SoftwareSchneider ElectricSick OpticsSiemensSMC
TurckYaskawaAdept TechnologyAmetekDanaher Motion
DellDENSO RoboticsEaton CorporationEmerson Ind AutomationEmerson Process Mgmnt
FlukeNematronOmron ElectronicsOpto 22Parker
WAGOWeidmullerWonderwareYokogawaBeckhoff Automation
General ElectricYamahaWeissSchunk

Corporate Affiliations
Allen-BradleyAutomationDirectBaldorBanner EngineeringBosch-Rexroth
CognexDellFestoIntelligent ActuatorMitsubishi
RittalRockwell AutomationRockwell SoftwareTurckAutodesk
Danaher MotionDwyer InstrumentsIDECSick OpticsYaskawa
Adept TechnologyAmetekBeckhoff Automation

Professional Affiliations
AMTSME

Corporate Resume
Founded 1933 by Harold R. Williams, the company began its existence as Fusion Engineering Company. Its first products were paste brazing and soldering alloys - carefully blended formulations of atomized filler metal, solder flux, and special paste binders. In the early 1950's, Fusion scored another industry first, introducing the automatic paste applicator as a precise method of dispensing solder and brazing alloys onto components being joined. The appeal of Fusion products increased substantially with this step toward a complete assembly system. This trend continued in 1959 as Fusion's Machine Division was born, making possible the design and manufacture of custom machines which automatically moved fixtured parts through precise paste alloy application, heating and cooling operations. Fusion machines were installed in plants throughout the United States, primarily in the thriving automotive industry. Over the years, Fusion branched out into designing and building non-brazing machines. The Fusion Systems Group was formed in response to the demand for other types of custom automation systems - even applications outside metalworking industries. The company now builds many types of machines - simple or complex - engineered to each client's specifications and part rate requirements. From concept to installation, Fusion Systems Group accepts total responsibility for all aspects of a machine or automation project.