Manufacturing Today - Winter 2012 - (Page 26)

SPECIAL SECTION Automate/ProMat 2013 Wauseon Machine and Manufacturing / / HQ: Wauseon, Ohio / Employees: 200 / Specialties: Tooling, engineering, automation and integration / Tom Stocker, applications engineer: “We can provide superior equipment that meets and exceeds customer expectations.” wauseon machine and manufacturing says it has grown its customer base significantly since 1983. INTO THE FUTURE Success with build-to-print tooling and tube fabricating machinery helped Wauseon Machine and Manufacturing grow to offer an array of services to many industries. by eric slack American manufacturing is poised for a comeback thanks to companies such as Wauseon Machine and Manufacturing (WMM). Founded as a small contract machine shop in 1983, the company continues to evolve as it nears its 30th anniversary in 2013. “We continue to broaden our customer base, which helps to mitigate the impact if and when any single 26 WINTER 2012 tion. Plant 3 offers contract CNC production machining of precision piece parts and components. The company also has a sales office in Dayton. End to End Thanks to WMM’s tool-making, machine-building and contract machining capabilities, it has gained a reputation as a problem solver in many industries. The company’s sales team includes account managers and customer service specialists focused on its market segments, along with sales representatives inside and outside the United States. WMM also has its own engineering staff and experienced tradesmen who industry slows down,” Applications Engineer Tom Stocker says. The company has three plants in Wauseon, Ohio, known as Plant 1, Plant 2 and Plant 3. Together, they give WMM about 90,000 square feet of space. Plant 1 is home to the company’s build-to-print tooling, prototypes and precision machining operations. Plant 2 is focused on tool development, machine building and automa-

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Manufacturing Today - Winter 2012

Manufacturing Today - Winter 2012
Wauseon Machine
Applied Energy Solutions
Carter Control Systems
Global Technology Systems
Positech Corp.
Tampa Tank Inc./Florida Structural Steel
Carbide Products
Datacard Group
Fullerton Tool Co. Inc.
Honda of South Carolina
Fintube LLC
Sapa Extrusions North America
ACE Controls Inc.
Vendors Exchange International Inc.
EXEL North America
DJO Global
Capewell Components Co.
U.S. Sugar Corp.
Industrial Magnetics Inc.
Lakeside Plastics Ltd.
Norpak Handling Ltd.
Mid-State Machine Products
TenCate Protective Fabrics
The Dupps Co.
Western Manufacturing Ltd.
Wisconsin Plastics Inc.
Metrolina Greenhouses
LaSalle Bristol LP
Clarion Bathware
DAP Products Inc.
Honsa Ergonomic Technologies Inc.
Engineered Material Solutions LLC
Master Spas Inc.
Nypro Inc.
Kelly-Moore Paints
Palomar Technologies
U.S. Chemical & Plastics Inc.
Varflex Corporation
Votaw Precision Technologies
Watry Industries
Wigwam Mills
Banker Steel Co.
Last Page

Manufacturing Today - Winter 2012