In 1966, Grace Manufacturing was founded as a machine, tool and die shop. At that time, the company’s name was Grace Engineering. We provided the machine tool and computer peripheral industries with cost effective solutions to critical parts machining problems. This experience in the production of precision parts has served us well in the years that followed.
In early 1978, after extensive research and development, we began producing photochemical machined precision parts for the computer peripheral market. In 1988, electromechanical assembly operations were added Production wire EDM came along in 1992, followed by expansion of the metal stamping operation. We purchased our first Amada Co2 laser cutting system in 1999. In the 2000’s many new technologies have been added, including: Heat treating, injection molding, and clean room packaging.
Today, Grace Manufacturing serves the needs of many industries with precision metal parts via several different processes or even a combination of processes.
During the past three decades, Grace’s precision parts program has evolved into one of the finest in the industry. Our highly trained personnel have the unique talent of applying their experience to the exploration of new technologies and production techniques. Their eagerness and technical know-how has contributed greatly to solving the problems related to mass production of high precision parts, while continually seeking and exploring improved results through innovative manufacturing techniques.