In an effort to more accurately represent its expanding manufacturing capabilities, Miro Tool & Mfg. (Waukesha, WI) has changed its name to Miro Manufacturing Inc. The company is a full-service contract manufacturer specializing in metal stamping, fabrication, and machining that maintains a full-service tool room to support its metalworking production. Jeff and Shelley Brown founded the company in 1988 as a tool and die shop with four employees, and today, it employs 44.
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The company’s evolution began many years ago with the addition of stamping capabilities in the late 1990s. Since then, fabrication capabilities have expanded with laser and waterjet cutting as well as welding advancements. In 2015, capital expenditures included a 4500W Mitsubishi laser cutting machine and a 600-ton Brown Boggs stamping press. Plans for 2016 include a facility expansion to accommodate additional machinery, capacity, and growing business.
In conjunction with the name change, the company has launched a redesigned website that features responsive design for viewing on all devices, among other improvements. For more information, please visit www.miromfg.com.