At Midwest Press and Automation LLC,

we are blessed to have talented employees who approach any job, simple or complex, small or large, with unwavering confidence. Their “can-do” spirit, along with experience and knowledge makes them the true foundation of Midwest Press and Automation and the reason we can proudly and confidently stand by our core values. We will strive to be the absolute best at what we do and meet, or exceed your expectations, every time. We will serve with passion, integrity, and excellence and stay committed to our customers, our employees, and our vendors.


  • Emergency Service & Repair
  • Press Audits & Inspections
  • Tonnage Monitor Calibrations (Up to 2000T.)
  • Sell New & Used Press Room Machinery
  • Purchase or Broker Used Equipment
  • Engineering & Consulting Services
  • Redesign & Reverse Engineering
  • Turn Key Packages
  • Large Weldment’s & Fabrications (Stress relieving up to 70,000 LBS.)
  • Weld Repairs on Machine Components
  • Manufacturer OEM Replacement Parts
  • Custom Built Press Controls
  • Presses – Complete Rebuild & Remanufacture
  • Custom Press Work
  • Engineering & Casting of Components.
  • Custom Machining to Customer Prints.


Midwest Press & Automation LLC

Midwest Press & Automation is a solution-based company serving the Metal Forming Industry. We offer new and used equipment with sales offices in eastern and western Michigan and Mexico, serving the USA, Canada, Mexico and the rest of the World. Our repair facility is located in Michigan and can repair and rebuild press equipment in our facility or yours. We purchase surplus equipment. We broker equipment sales. Midwest Press & Automation has experienced sales and service personnel to help you with all your press equipment needs. The next time you need any of the following services please call Midwest Press & Automation to help find a solution. New press sales Used press sales Rigging, transportation Press repair Press inspections and audits Press rebuilds Press maintenance contracts Portable machining and welding Auction services Appraisals Broker services Turn key solutions Contact our sales reps below: Eastern Michigan Sales Mike Michon Grosse Pointe Farms, MI (586) 291-4283 Aaron Jones Clinton Twp, MI (517) 974-0639 Western PA Sales Ken Baun Leetonia, Ohio (330) 501-1992 Western Michigan Sales Jim Zawacki Grand Rapids, MI (616) 813-7809 Tom Clark Lansing, MI (517) 526-1354 And visit our online Surplus Store at:
Midwest Press & Automation LLC
Midwest Press & Automation LLCDecember 1, 2021 at 8:15pm
In order to manufacture (2) new upper connections for a 600 Ton Stamtec in a timely manner, we had to machine them from solid billets of ductile iron. This “enhanced” design required a great deal of stock removal but allowed us to produce these parts in less than half the time it would have taken to have castings poured.
Midwest Press & Automation LLC
Midwest Press & Automation LLCOctober 7, 2021 at 12:21pm
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This opportunity will consist of troubleshooting, repairing and installing new/used equipment, both at MPA and at our customer’s facilities. Previous experience with PLC, HMI’s and Wintriss components are a plus.

Position Responsibilities:
-Layout, assemble and wire a control panel complete
-Layout and bend conduit in consistent straight and contour lines
-Completely wire a new press rebuild from scratch
-Understand and wire VFD drives and motors
-Understand the operations of a stamping press and its ancillary equipment
-Troubleshot a stamping press and its ancillary equipment

Skill & Experience Requirements:
-Electrical experience
-Read & understand electrical blueprints
-Understand machine tool wiring (Low voltage, high voltage, motor circuits)
-Allen Bradly PLC and touchscreen proficiency
-Displays mechanical aptitude
Midwest Press & Automation LLC
Midwest Press & Automation LLCOctober 7, 2021 at 12:21pm
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Position Responsibilities:
-Work both in plant and out plant to service our customer needs.
-Perform Inspections of metal forming and related equipment (mostly presses).
-Disassemble equipment and check for damage and excessive wear.
-Document findings and review with MPA supervision or engineering.
-Clean, deburr, and prepare components for assembly.
-Fit and assemble components using best industry standards and procedures.
-Positively represent MPA both in plant and at customer facility.
-Always follow safety protocol. Respect and adhere to customer safety protocol at their facility, as it may differ from those used at the MPA facility.
-Maintain good housekeeping practices in the work area both in plant and at customer facility.
-Be a courteous driver and obey traffic laws while driving to and from customer facility. You are still a representative of MPA.

Skill & Experience Requirements:
-High School Education
-Self-Motivated and disciplined
-Have knowledge of hand tools and their uses.
-Display mechanical aptitude
-Read & understand instructions, procedures, and prints.
-Measuring and basic mathematics.
Midwest Press & Automation LLC
Midwest Press & Automation LLCOctober 7, 2021 at 12:20pm
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Position summary:
Seeking a qualified 2nd & 3rd Shift CNC Machinist to program horizontal boring mill and lathe using G-Code.

-Set up parts using overhead cranes and fork lifts
-Machine parts complete to provided blueprints
-Perform in-process inspection and record accurate sizes at part completion
-Maintain good housekeeping practices in the work area

Minimum qualifications & requirements
-CNC horizontal boring mill experience
-Manual mill and lathe experience
-Understanding of Fanuc G and M codes
-Ability to read and understand blueprints
-Basic math skills and mechanical aptitude
-High school diploma or equivalent
-Working 2nd or 3rd shift is required
Midwest Press & Automation LLC
Midwest Press & Automation LLCSeptember 27, 2021 at 2:02pm
Several crankshafts making their way through the welding department. Whether they have worn diameters, cracks or are even broken; there are proven methods to repair these. Our welding department uses time tested techniques along with new technology in their welding and stress relieving processes. In most cases, it is quicker and more cost effective to repair a crankshaft than to wait for a forging, allowing our customers to get back up and running quickly. Depending on the extent of damage, it may not always be the best choice. Personally, I have seen cases where a broken crankshaft was welded to repair and put into service for another 15 years before failure.
Midwest Press & Automation LLC
Midwest Press & Automation LLCSeptember 23, 2021 at 7:11pm
New adjustment screws for our customer’s 600 ton Stamtec. The spherical heads of the existing screws were worn & scored. MPA engineered and manufactured new ones changing the threads from Trapezoidal to Buttress to increase strength. When we reverse engineer a part, we take every opportunity to improve it