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Automated Vision Systems and Robot Integration

MVA uses visual automation to look at product coming off the presses for conformance with visual defects, which automatically sort out defective product. These vision systems are integrated with the various robots to automate things like over-mold insert installation into the injection tool, and secondary assembly to the part completed by the robot with aid of vision systems and automated fixtures.

Machines and Robots

43 Injection molding machines ranging from 40t to 1000t. Mostly newer generation efficient and fast servo motor presses that are equipped with high speed full servo robots.


MVA occupies ~165,000 sq\ft in Stratford, Ontario, the production area of the plant is laid out in rows that utilize presses by size and corresponding overhead cranes to make for quick and easy tool changes. The warehouse layout ensures for efficient flow, and FIFO control is always maintained.

Assemblies, Value Add

MVA does a variety of value added assemblies to its molded components and utilizes heat staking, sonic \ vibration welding, pad printing, various clip, and felt applications.


MVA has a fully equipped tool shop  to complete preventative and predictive maintenance on all of the injection tools. Machinery includes, CNC mills, lathes, EDM, surface grinders, drilling \ boring, and various welders. 


MVA has a large variety of equipment in its quality department and the expertise to use this equipment. Equipment includes a modern large CMM (trigger probe), 2D vision CMM, Color spectrophotometers, Gloss meters, Macbeth light booth, full sets of gage pins, blocks, etc...