Where Robotics & Fabrication Converge


About Us

Our mission is to provide faster production at higher quality, while keeping our prices competitive.

We're disruptors in the High-Mix-Low-Volume production (HMLV) when it comes to metal, wood & plastic fabrication.


We take a technology-first approach as a digital on-demand manufacturing company (Industry 4.0) using robotics to automate nearly the entire fabrication process!


3D Printing

Whether you're looking for 1 part or 1,000 parts, 3D printing is one of the best options as there is minimal wastage per part compared to traditional subtractive manufacturing. Providing cost-competitive components in a fraction of the time.


Metal Fabrication

We are using robotics to automate the metal fabrication process from start to finish. Need to make 5,000 pieces of one part?No longer do we have to worry about complacency or fatigue causing errors and part defects.Starting by moving material to or from the CNC, bending & forming, welding, polishing, and shipping.

Wood & Plastic Fabrication

We have the experience and skills necessary to tackle just about every type of job that comes our way. With Convergence Robotics Inc., clients know exactly what to expect - professionalism, efficiency and exceptional results.

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Online Quoting/ Order Tracking

Our online quoting system provides customers with a way of tracking their orders through the pipeline.

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Digital Quality Control

By using Lidar and 3D vision scanning systems combined with machine learning we can provide unparalleled quality control.


Factory Production and Automation

By combining robots, cobots, and autonomous ground vehicles (AGVs), we are able to automate the production process while simultaneously having a safer, smoother factory floor.

Green Initiatives: 
Leading by example

Starting With Purpose-built Carbon Negative Factories

Our goal is to only use sustainable, ecologically sourced materials, whenever & wherever possible.  From wood & plastics to metal and in the near future, CO2-free concrete.


If we change the way products are designed, we can dramatically reduce waste for a greener tomorrow.

"We produce waste because we don’t differentiate between biological and technical materials. Biological materials are those that can be safely returned to the environment. Technical materials are dangerous to the environment and shouldn’t be thrown out."

Quotes and Excerpts Credited to:

Cradle To Cradle: by William McDonough and Michael Braungart

  • The Upcycle: By William McDonough and Michael Braungart