At Switzer, our goal is to manufacture what nobody else can, what nobody else will, and what nobody else thought possible. To that end, we’re constantly evolving and seeking better solutions for our customers. This is our history.
Our new etcher, a CC8000 double chamber machine, is up and running. We are thrilled to introduce this new addition to our facility—one that includes updated mechanics and software technology. It also provides further advantages like greater flexibility and increased capacity.
Switzer, a precision metal parts provider, announces a major project to replace the wastewater treatment system at its production facility in Blasdell. The upgrade is part of a company-wide initiative to improve energy efficiency and safety of its operations.
Precision Manufacturing Group is retired in favor of Switzer. Bernie and Adam Switzer felt it was important to have the Switzer name and values behind every part we make.
In an effort to create a streamlined customer experience, Precision Photo-Fab, Inc. and Precision Specialty Fabrications are united under the dba Precision Manufacturing Group.
After years of working their way up through the company, Dennis’ sons take the helm.
The commitment to quality present from day one is formalized as the company continues to add customers and enter new markets.
Many customers had parts which required more than etching. A sister company was created to stamp, form, paint, and assemble parts.
Expansion was desperately needed and a facility was built specifically to accommodate photochemical etching.
The company began using photochemical etching to make tight-tolerance parts.