SUS News

We're going to IMTS! From Sept 10-15 we'll be showcasing our new KARAKURI TRAINING UNITS on the showroom floor. Be sure to visit us in the East Building, Level 2, Booth# 121583.
We are happy to announce that we've just hit 100 subscribers to our YouTube Channel! This channel has dozens of videos of karakuri mechanisms, custom units, and the new assembly videos. Take a look to learn more about what SUS is all about or to get some ideas for your next project.
MODEX was a big success! Hundreds of visitors found SUS's proud, red booth near the hamburger stand and learned all about the "Innovators of Aluminum." Thank you to every one who stopped to play with the 90° Turn and the SiO Flip-Flop. We're looking forward to seeing you again soon.
SUS America, Inc. attended The Assembly Show in Rosemont, IL. Over 7800 attendees from the US, Canada, and Mexico gathered to network and learn over three days. For those who were not able to attend the Show or who missed our booth, please feel free to contact us and receive an information packet on our NEW PRODUCT LINES.

GF Series

GF (Green Frame) structural aluminium frames have been designed as a material for work boards, cart, chuters, and racks, to offer the optimum adaptability to factory automation.

SF Series

SF (Standard Frame) is best suited for machine tables and Clean booths. It's very effective as a building component due to its flexibility and recyclability.


Big result with a small effort. Our aluminium frames (GF, Karakuri) work with only a little energy.
Convenient for transportation of parts and works. The lightweight aluminium frames reduce operator workload and offer freedom to modify size as well as shape of the composition.


SUS offers a variety of hybrid factory automation products that combine standard modules with minimum motorization. Simple automation structures and stable movements will reduce the need for adjustment. The Hybrid Chute uses “The Power Unit” as its motor-assisted mechanism and makes two types of electronic movements: the up-down movement and the inclination (unlocking) of the table. These electronic movements not only prevent impact to the work but are also suitable for the supplying and discharging of empty boxes that are hard to flow with their own weight.