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Midwest Automation

Midwest Automation is a family-owned U.S. manufacturing company located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. For over 60 years, Midwest Automation has manufactured industrial machinery in the heartland of the USA for the woodworking, composite panel, and metalworking industries using U.S. labor and locally available components when possible.

If you're looking for an industrial machinery manufacturer with real application knowledge, we'd like to talk to you. Our extensive application knowledge, coupled with creative machine design, allows us to provide unique and reliable solutions that improve your manufacturing processes, while also supported by domestic parts and service.

We're "Midwest". Manufacturing results since 1959.


Deburring, Edge Rounding, Finishing, Polishing, Wet Dust Collection

Midwest Automation entered the metal deburring and finishing markets with the acquisition of Randbright Corporation in 2002.

Products include industrial machines and systems for wet or dry metal deburring, deslagging, edge rounding, laser oxide removal, finishing of ferrous and non-ferrous materials, multi-directional deburring and edge radiusing, RandBright centerless finishing and polishing, and wet dust collection.

Markets served:
Sheet Metal & Plate Fabrication, Tube & Pipe Manufacturers,
and Wet Dust Collection.

Company News
July 30, 2021

Midwest Automation Sells Laminating Division to Choice Machinery Group

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Deburring, Finishing, Edge Rounding, Polishing, Wet Dust Collection

Standard & Modular Machines, 
Engineered Systems, Parts & Service
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Standard & Modular

Midwest Automation has been designing and engineering industrial machines since 1959. Our extensive application knowledge gives us a unique advantage over other competitors.

We engineer machines that have common modular platforms, systems, and parts. This gives us the flexibility we need to increase the number of products and the speed we can bring them to the market. Creating modular systems also gives us the ability to develop common parts that reduce repair time and increase machine productivity.

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Custom Engineered Systems

Midwest Automation has manufactured standard industrial machines and systems since 1959, however, we are sometimes asked to apply our engineering design knowledge to customers’ unique application requirements.

Working closely together as a team throughout this process, each project results in a custom machine or integrated system built for specific industrial applications.


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Parts & Service

Midwest Automation offers customer support through a toll-free customer service line and over $1,000,000 in parts inventory available to ship within 24 hours.

Training, technical support, and domestic and international field service is also offered by our factory technicians who work hard ensuring that customers have accurate working knowledge of our machines and systems, and that they are operating to full production capacity.

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Straight Talk

Kenny Holley, President

Welcome to Midwest Automation. Our friends call us "Midwest". We are a family owned business that's been around since 1959 located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Welcome to our home page.

As the owner of Midwest Automation for over 30 years, please know that your business is important to us.

You can be assured that our team will handle your inquiry, quotation, and project with professionalism and integrity throughout the whole process - from initial contact to sales and engineering, manufacturing, installation, and customer parts and technical service.

If you're looking for a distributor in your area, interested in becoming one, or want to learn more about how Midwest Automation can help your business grow, please contact us today.

Thank you for taking the time to visit. We look forward to the opportunity of getting to know your specific business goals so that we may better understand your industrial machine applications and requirements.

And who knows, maybe we'll even do a little hunting or fishing along the way...

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