Critical component solutions for developers and manufacturers
"Components are becoming more complex and detection limits are getting increasingly lower – parts per trillion, in many cases. In this scenario, it's a major advantage to our customers that we are able to provide cleaning and cleanroom assembly support along with the manufacturing." – Chris Macmorine, president
Before starting his own business, Macfab founder David Macmorine earned his stripes designing and building lab equipment at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Medicine. Since then, Macfab has grown into a full-fledged manufacturer, supporting precision instrument developers worldwide with a complete, turnkey solution-driven suite of services:
For your R&D/development team: Challenges welcomed! We can help get you through your development cycles faster and more cost-effectively.
For your production team: We can deliver ready-to-go components and sub-assemblies – cleaned, assembled tested, packaged, and including inventory and record management, regulatory compliance support, and more.
More on Macfab's Analytical Instrument initiatives
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VIDEO: The Business Case for Supply Chain Partnerships: An interview with Charles Mangarella, a 44-year veteran in supply chain management and process control systems, including 13 years as a Macfab customer at PerkinElmer, a global scientific instrument manufacturer. Watch the video
Prototyping and the pursuit of perfection: An interview with Vishay Precision Group’s Lesya Blagova You don’t need to be a perfectionist – or do you? Here’s a bird’s-eye view of prototyping made “easy.” Read the interview
Precision Instrument Component R&D How does a small company like Macfab innovate and compete globally in its precision instrument component markets? In this feature, Ernst & Young’s Manjit Kochhar and Macfab’s R&D manager Charles Day describe one of the key ingredients in Macfab’s secret sauce: the Canadian government’s Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax incentive program. View story
High-precision Prototyping: A Customer Success Story KELK’s Mark Dresser describes Macfab’s role in high-precision prototyping for its non-contacting measurement instruments. View story
Outsourcing for High-precision Prototyping and Manufacturing: Case Study In the highly specialized world of laboratory hardware design and manufacturing, great products often consist of numerous components, many of which are equally challenging to produce. In this case study, read about the challenges facing Analytical Flow Products (AFP) – cost being one of them but far from the only one – and the results Macfab delivered. View this story