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Mpls., MN
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Tony Peet,
President, Sales Company, U.S.
Product Summary: SICK is a leading producer of sensors and sensor solutions for industrial applications.
Our goal is to help our customers achieve high production rates, short processing times, safe environments and high quality. We design and manufacture our cost-effective sensor solutions to gain a high level of precision, reliability, safety and flexibility.
Categories: Barcode & RFID, Data acquisition, Encoders, Safety, Machine, Safety, Process, Security, Sensors, discrete, Sensors, process, Services, Vision
Years in business: 
Number of employees: 
Geographic sales distribution: 
North America
Address:  6900 West 110th Street
City:  Mpls.
State:  MN
Zipcode:  55438
Country:  United States
Phone:  800-325-7425
Sales Channel:  Direct, Distributors

SICK, Inc.

SICK, Inc., the North American subsidiary of SICK AG was established in 1976. Our headquarters are located in Minneapolis, MN and we have sales offices throughout the U.S., Mexico and Canada. SICK is a leading manufacturer of factory, logistics and process automation sensor technology worldwide. Our goal is to help our clients achieve their goals: high production rates, short processing times, safe environments and consistent high quality. We design and manufacture our cost-effective products to achieve a high level of precision, reliability and versatility.
Be assured that our training programs will give you confidence when working with SICK’s products and systems. This added knowledge leads to decreased downtime and improved line efficiencies. Training includes: Safety Education, Product & System Training, and Service Contracts.
Videos from SICK Inc.
Scanning system reduces changeovers from 26-plus minutes to 70 seconds
October 15, 2013
Watch this demonstration by Sick, Inc., maker of sensors, bar code scanners and related equipment, to see how its RapCo closed-loop system automates manual changeovers from one size box or carton to... Full Article
PLR Camera for Robotic De-racking Applications From Sick
February 05, 2013
Racks get bent and parts don’t always sit in the same place. This robot uses 2-D and 3-D camera to update its position for accurate picking of parts–-self-contained unit, no PC required, web-based... Full Article
Pack Expo 2012: Sensor means no registration marks needed on labels
November 30, 2012
ML 20 markless sensor, designed by Sick originally for the bottling industry, does away with the registration mark traditionally required on labels. Full Article
Feature Stories and Case Applications involving SICK Inc.
For this metal industry plant, the production goal was seven-minute cycles per crane to move metal coils weighing 1 to 20 tons.
January 26, 2015
Metals manufacturers use laser-guided sensors, PC-based control and a robust object-avoidance system to stack 20-ton metal coils almost entirely with automation. Full Article
August 06, 2014
Using the latest RFID and image-based technologies, manufacturers like Lockheed are going beyond barcodes to gather real-time data on materials, subassemblies and processes. This is enabling a deeper dive into data analysis to improve production. Full Article
May 29, 2014
From robotic safety standards to disparate best practices in the fast-growing oil and gas industry, U.S. multinationals and their machine-builder partners are having to analyze and adapt to changes. Such challenges and constraints are opening the door to innovation. Full Article
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News from SICK Inc.
Sensors: The Next Generation | September 12, 2013


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