Carlicia is a Marketing Product Engineer at MISUMI USA and holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago and currently en route to completing her Master's Degree in Energy Engineering - May 2020. She is a Certified SolidWorks Associate, Marketo Certified Expert, and is passionate about education and training.

10 Tips About MISUMI’s 10th Edition Mechanical Automation Components Catalog

You asked for it, we answered! The 10th Edition Mechanical Automation Components Metric Catalog has arrived. To celebrate, we’ve compiled a list of fun and useful tips about it. Read on! 1 – DimensionsWeight = 10.5 lbs L = 206.375 ...

Automation Design Tips: Conveyor Design

Work transfer conveyors when designed properly can yield promising results in your automation line. In this post, we review some elements to consider in your design of a transfer conveyor. Work Transfer Conveyor This simplified automated system for positioning and ...

5 Reasons to Love Automation

It’s the season of love! Factory/industrial automation is a diverse industry with many benefits which is why MISUMI loves automation. Here are 5 reasons we think automation is loveable. 1 – Robots There is a common thought that robots replace ...

Unpacked: Electric Vehicle Batteries

The Electric Vehicle is a popular choice amongst drivers today. The improved technology behind lithium ion batteries has made the concept of long-range electric vehicles a reality as evidence from the successful EV automotive company Tesla. Other EV manufacturers include ...

Automation Design Tips: Transferring with Rollers Part 2

In the previous Automation Design Tips on Transferring with Rollers, it was explained that the three-row independent feed roller configuration would be more efficient. Here are a few more tips to consider with this configuration and how to improve the ...

Automation Design Tips: Transferring with Rollers

During this series of Automation Design Tips, we will be covering design elements of transfer specifically with rollers. As technology advances, components become smaller and more compact which requires specific automation techniques and maintenance. Transfer mechanisms require high versatility in ...

Rocking Rapid Design with SolidWorks Users

MISUMI had the honor of attending the Rockford Area SolidWorks Users Group (RASUG) meeting this week on November 13th. We were able to talk to local SolidWorks users and get a better understanding of what SolidWorks means to them. At ...