Cass Precision Machining announced that it acquired Micro-Fab, a precision machining company based in Brooklyn Park, MN, on July 1, 2021. Micro-Fab will operate as a division of Cass Precision Machining. Serving the aerospace, defense, and medical industries, Micro-Fab has offered precision machining for over 30 years in Brooklyn Park, MN. They also specialize in microparts for machining used in defense, aerospace, and medical, among other industries.
“It’s a great fit for us,” says Cass President Jim Garvin. “Micro-Fab expands the market spaces we’re in and there are synergies with the machining and prototyping. They provide very precise parts with high tolerances and adding such a strong group expands our capabilities at Cass. It also makes us a more diverse company.”
Micro-Fab Director Bob Past added, “At Micro-Fab we deal with more finite orders that are governed by documents, which is more of a technical niche that we bring to the table for Cass. It’s a win-win deal for both sides and we’re excited to be a part of such a great company like Cass”.
Micro-Fab works with nine milling centers, ten CNC turning centers, two fully equipped testing centers for quality assurance. The new acquisition also has CAD/CAM equipment with the ability to download IGES, Parasolid, STEP, and autocad DXF/DWG files. Their 15 employees will continue working on their site in Brooklyn Park as a division of Cass Precision Machining.
Founded in 1966 and in 2010 began focusing on manufacturing more precise parts and end-to-end solutions. Mico-Fab specializes in aerospace, agriculture, defense, and medical industries. They are also an ISO 9001 certified, AS9100 compliant, and NIST cybersecurity framework compliant division.
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