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“Our investments in new technologies speak for themselves. They reflect a strong commitment to our defence and security customers.”
– Chris Macmorine, president
Macfab produces a range of components and sub-assemblies for defence and security customers worldwide. We also have deep expertise in other sectors that play an increasingly important role in meeting today's defence and security challenges, most notably optical systems and trace detection devices.
And there are evolving trends in the technologies that each of these sectors have in common: greater design complexity, increased precision and functionality, smaller form factors. Macfab's experience in meeting challenges like these – across numerous scientific disciplines and a range of customer-specific applications – is one of the major benefits we bring to every project.
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