NEWS RELEASE: April 5, 2018: Macfab Manufacturing, an international supplier of precision components and sub-assemblies, will attend the 34th annual Space Symposium, April 16-19, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The company will be represented at the Canadian exhibit, sponsored by the Consulate General of Canada.
Initially focused on US space policy and programs, the Space Symposium event has grown significantly in its scope and size, attracting upwards of 11,000 attendees representing a wide range of space-related industries and services from around the world.
“This is the second consecutive year that we’ve participated in the Space Symposium,” says Macfab president Chris Macmorine. “Last year’s event was a great success for Macfab. We look forward to reconnecting with industry peers and colleagues we met last year, and meeting new ones. All in all it promises to be another productive and fruitful experience.”
Macfab’s satellite and space industry experience and capabilities
Macfab is well established as both a developer and manufacturer of high-precision components and sub-assemblies. The company has a long history in the space sector, most notably through its work with the University of Toronto’s Institute for Aerospace Studies and its Space Flight Laboratory, a global leader in microsatellites and nanosatellites. Macfab has specialized expertise in many other areas, including trace analysis and detection, night vision systems, and guidance systems.
About Macfab Manufacturing
Macfab is a leading contract manufacturer of precision custom components and sub-assemblies used in four major industry sectors: analytical instruments, optics & photonics, defence & security, and satellites & space.
Serving customers across North and South America, the United Kingdom, Europe and Asia, Macfab supports early-stage product development as well as production volumes, and offers a complete suite of precision machining, finishing, cleaning and assembly solutions.
Macfab was founded in 1987 in Toronto, Ontario, and has grown from a small machine shop serving the local engineering community to become a full-fledged manufacturer serving international customers. For more information, write to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: www.macfab.ca