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Mark Miller

With over 20 years of experience in the industry, Mark is passionate about promoting excellence in engineering. He is able to accomplish this by managing Force Design's internship program and through his role as our project optimizer.

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Applications Engineer Stephen Layman Joins Force Design Team

Mar 28, 2019 10:27:00 AM / by Mark Miller posted in Employees,



We are pleased to announce that Stephen Layman has joined the Force Design team  as an Applications Engineer. Stephen brings experience with automation design and installation to his new role in concept and proposal development. His work will include assessing client needs, designing and developing automation solutions, creating 3D concepts and simulations, presenting proposals to clients, analyzing costs, and working with equipment vendors. As part of the Force Design leadership group, he’ll also participate in strategic planning, growing client and vendor relationships, and leading concept development work with our design and engineering staff.

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Internship Program Basics: The Force Design Philosophy

Aug 8, 2018 11:15:00 AM / by Mark Miller posted in Internship Program,


Core  value of Mentorship + Need for skilled employees = Birth of Internship program

Since our beginning, Force Design employees have enjoyed a culture of teaching and learning. With just a handful of employees, open communication and information sharing was easy and necessary. As Force Design added team members, we continued to actively share knowledge and learn from each other. We saw the value of this trait and made the commitment to nurture it as we grew. Today, we recognize this trait as one of Force Design’s core values: Mentorship. Employees at all levels of experience, teach, and learn from each other.

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Six Clues That Automation Could Transform Your Manufacturing Processes

Jul 11, 2018 10:30:00 AM / by Mark Miller posted in Custom Automated Equipment,


How would you know if automation could ease some of your manufacturing frustrations? If you recognize any of the following six conditions, your processes could very likely benefit from a custom automation solution.

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