Spring Update, April 7 | Warren Design & Build
Warren Design & Build was founded in 2014 by Adam Sarson with two employees, Loyd Miller, General Manager and Lee Pettry. It was started as an answer to the void left when Astro Technical Services closed. Warren Design & Build is located at the same location and with the same employees. The business has served customers like: Delphi, Donaldson, Design Molded Plastics, Dillen, Tecnocap, Akron Rubber, RTI, Genie Garage Door, Laszeray and Applied Vision. The company specializes in designing and building automation for manufacturing. Warren Design & Build takes ideas and makes them reality in the manufacturing sector. We currently have 5 design engineers with over 100 years combined experience. The machine shop and build team has similar experience making Warren Design & Build the perfect solution for your automation, build and machine shop needs.
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Spring Update, April 7


08 Apr Spring Update, April 7

Thank you to those of you that read these posts.  I have been a bit relaxed in my posting.   I didn’t want to say too much or say too little and I probably made a mistake by not posting.  However, I had a new customer call me today saying that he had read my posts and wanted to do business and I guess that alone is enough proof that it is working a little bit.

To update those that follow, the last four months have been very good.  We have diversified our customer base and now count our customers at approximately 30.  The last four months brought us some really interesting projects in robotics, plastics, fiberglass, brass foundry work, steel and continued work with automotive.  We made mistakes in the first 18 months with who we employed and who we partnered with.  I think those things have both settled and were an important part of our development and learning.

Here is a YouTube video of our recently installed robotics project using a Universal Robot.

We build and programmed the entire cell.  We have several more projects like this on our backlog.

I would love to add to our growing customer base.  If you have any questions or comments, please email me at adam@warrendb.com

Have a great weekend.

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