We are extremely gratified to have had these skilled laser job shops secure their spot in the MFG.com marketplace.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
MFG.com, the world’s leading online manufacturing marketplace for custom manufactured parts, proudly announced the acceptance of several laser cutting and machining manufacturers into the MFG.com marketplace.
A few of MFG.com’s additions include:
•EMW Laser, Inc. is a laser engraving, machining and welding manufacturer, located in Largo, Florida. With an expanding customer base, EMW has provided laser needs to the medical, aerospace and automotive industries as well as to local machine shops. Always innovating, EMW altered the use of their lasers to engrave mold cavities for the injection mold industry.
•Founded in 1983 and based out of Milford, New Hampshire, Hi Tech Fabricators Inc. is one of New England’s premier manufacturers of precision sheet metal products. Hi Tech offers a unique blend of technical and production services. As an experienced job shop, Hi Tech is capable of manufacturing a large range of products for various industries including air and water purification systems, refrigeration, automotive, acoustics, television and radio and power supplies.
•Laserflex is an ISO 9001 certified laser cutting job shop located in Hilliard, Ohio. Laserflex specializes in laser cutting and fabrication using the latest equipment available. With six 4kw lasers, Laserflex is able to cut up to 1" carbon steel, 3/4" stainless steel and 1/2" aluminum. Other capabilities include laser tube cutting, forming, welding, saw cutting, machining and powder coating.
•Founded in 1980, WESCO Laser Machining is located in Denver, Colorado and has over 25 years of experience in laser cutting. WESCO provides laser cut parts for several different applications. From prototype parts, to complete production, WESCO is fully equipped to meet most laser cutting needs. With capabilities ranging from 1 mil Mylar to 1 inch steel, WESCO has the equipment needed to provide clean, high quality parts for almost any request.
“We are extremely gratified to have had these skilled laser cutting and machining job shops secure their spot in the MFG.com marketplace,” said Mitch Free, founder and CEO of MFG.com. “The thousands of sourcing professionals that come to MFG.com for their sourcing and supplier discovery needs will not be disappointed, as these suppliers represent the high level of experience and capability required for admission into the marketplace.”
MFG.com is the largest online marketplace for the manufacturing industry, facilitating interaction between buyers and manufacturers. MFG.com enables sourcing professionals and engineers to quickly and easily locate quality suppliers for CNC Machining, Injection Molding, Metal Stamping, Metal Fabrication and many other processes through an easy-to-use online marketplace. With more than $115 billion in RFQs passing through the marketplace, MFG.com has helped thousands of manufacturers – ranging from small machine shops to large conglomerates – increase sales and grow profits. MFG.com is a global business, with offices in the U.S., Europe, Asia and Mexico.