Human Control,
Machine Operation

Robotic Control Systems permit the operation and motion of separate robotic functions. They accomplish a set of movements and tasks despite unpredicted machine error. The essential element of the automatic process is the synergy between humans and machines. Overall, the control systems give agency back to the operator and adaptability to the robot. 

MIS Controls assembles and wires programmable control systems for robotic functions involved in a wide range of industry-specific applications. 

How Do Robots Operate?


Controllers manage movements and functions through a feedback computer control system. The computer program gives commands to the moving parts, while the panel system stores information about the robot.


Actuators include motors, pistons, grippers, wheels, and gears. These parts produce mechanical movement through a source of energy. The energy source could be electrical, hydraulic fluid, or pneumatic pressure.


Sensors create a means of awareness for the robot. Surroundings and the environment can be detected and measured for accurate operation.

Automated Control

MIS Controls assembles Robotic Control Systems for custom industries and industrial applications. These projects include Point-to-Point (PTP) and Continuous Path (CP) systems. PTP systems enable the execution of simple tasks such as machine loading, hole drilling, spot welding, or component insertion. The system stores specific locations in the robot’s memory. CP systems allow for more complex tasks. For this type, all points must be stored explicitly in the robot’s computer control memory, allowing it to pause at any stop along a controlled path. A CP system would be appropriate for some instances, including spray painting, finishing, gluing, and various welding operations. 

Feedback Control System:

The feedback control system, or closed-loop control system, allows the robot to self-correct as it performs tasks. Similar to the human brain, an input indicates the controlled process, producing a specific output. Using sensors and the controller or actuating devices, the robot can determine if the task performs correctly to produce the desired result.

Welding Robotic System

Custom System Applications

Robotic systems are essential to an array of applications due to the need for autonomous functioning. The future of many industries is dependent on the collaboration between operators and the performance of robots.

  • Arc Welding
  • Assembly Processes
  • Food and Beverage Packing
  • Material Handling
  • Mechanical Cutting, Grinding, and Polishing
  • Military Explosive / Weaponry Handling
  • Painting in Automotive & Aerospace
  • Safety Considerations
  • Soldering Operations
  • Water Jet Cutting Systems

Your Operations

MIS Controls is your trusted industry partner for custom control panels and enclosure assembly. As shown above, we are a leading manufacturer in assembling Industrial Control Panels for Robotic functioning.

MIS Extended Service Capabilities:
  • Wire Processing
  • Cables and Harness Assembly
Customer Benefits:
  • Cost-Effective Product
  • Constant On-Time Delivery
  • UL 508A Approval Certification Availability
  • End-to-End Solution

For any industry, MIS prides itself on providing control solutions. Rely on experts to build your next system. To start a project in Robotic Control today, contact us or request a quote!

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