Another week, another great group of sourcing professionals, engineers, and custom parts buyers have joined the MFG.com Contract Manufacturing Marketplace, to discover new, qualified suppliers to get their custom manufactured parts made and do what they do best: build amazing things. This week, we welcome igus, Brightech, Bre-Tronics, and the University of Arizona.
If you're a contract manufacturer or job shop looking for work from buyers sourcing American-made, companies like these might just be perfect fit for your manufacturing capabilities.
Headquartered in Rhode Island, igus leverages innovative technology and materials to produce some of the world's most resilient and proprietary products for numerous industries around the world. Whether it's the aerospace vertical or the consumer product marketplace, the electronics subsector or the construction industry, igus prides itself on creative solutions to complex problems.
From bearings to bushing, joint modules for robots, cable carriers, flex cables, and linear guides, igus products link "together through the belief in making functionally advanced, yet affordable polymer components and assemblies." With more than 50 years' experience manufacturing and providing top-of-the-line products in the plastics industry, igus continues to blaze their own trail into the future of manufacturing by continuously looking for growth opportunities and affinity partners.
Quickly making a name for themselves in the electronics arena, brightech is truly a company on the cutting edge of technology. Quietly revolutionizing how you listen to music, brightech's receivers, speakers, and headphones are some of the most innovative on the market. Sharing music with a friend has never been easier -- and neither has being mobile whil you do it. Nearly wire-free, most of brightech's products are wireless, implementing some of the most recent and robust electronics technology in the world.
Focused on reliability -- because who wants their headphones breaking just when the beat kicks in? -- brightech trusts MFG.com to help them find contract manufacturers on the cutting edge, too -- and to find a reliable supplier to help their products reach 11.
Powering the United States military for more than 40 years, Bren-Tronics' state-of-the-art traditional and rechargable batteries are some the toughest, most reliable batteries on the face of the earth. Not to mention the company's a trailblazer in the field of logistical mobility: "Standards Bren-Tronics have set for DOD are what [the] industry follows today. Our current line of rechargeables [batteries] is more robust than the standards call for."
And the charge doesn't end there. From mobile, self-contained, and self-powered communications units, to advanced renewable energy devices that can be towed around the battlefield, Bren-Tronics is rapidly winning the war on energy efficiency.
University of Arizona
With 14 engineering colleges on campus, from aerospace engineering to industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, and biomedical engineering, the University of Arizona's College of Engineering is one of the most robust and academically advanced programs in the nation.
With a strong focus on advanced manufacturing and materials, as well as defense, sustainability, and biomedical systems and devices, UA's College of Engineering is a leading researcher in innovative technologies such as robotics, energy, biomaterials and wearble devices, space exploration, and advanced communications. From NASA to the DoD, and Honeywell to Boeing, the UA College of Engineering is quickly making a name for itself.