Sandeep Patel, MBAFounder
Robert A. WilkSenior Design Engineer
Jeff RydmanSenior Mechanical Engineer
Mark Turner, PhDChief Scientist, Laser Systems
Robert Hastie, PESenior Automation Engineer
Your safety is of utmost importance to us. Each of our machines is designed and built to operate in a failsafe mode. Keeping employees injury-free helps maintain morale and retention, and reduces your liability. It’s our priority to build machines you can rely on.
Our collaboration with you throughout the design and build of your machine ensures that your equipment operates the way you intended. That is why we adamantly uphold and perform factory acceptance tests to guarantee no piece of equipment leaves our facility until you are fully satisfied.
Each of our machines is designed to be serviced with ease. We take your experience with the equipment seriously and want to ensure a smooth process. Our machines are designed to minimize the number of steps the operator has to perform. And if at any time you require repair, replacement of parts, or service of your machine, we’re just a phone call away.
Our extensive experience has led to our belief that operators are more motivated to care for your equipment when it looks as good as it operates. We take great pride in making sure that your machine looks appealing and is aesthetically at its best. Your clients and investors will be impressed with the superior design and quality of your equipment.
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