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1482 Commerce Dr, Laramie, Wyoming, 82070, United States


We are afull service company providing engineering, prototypes, development, manufacturing, packaging and fullfillment, a true one stop shopping: Our main forte is fast, high value mechanical and electrical engineering followed by full working prototypes and manufacturing in Laramie, Wyoming. The mainstay of our business is medical device manufacturing and soon, our new 12 gauge gas operated semi-automatic shotgun (www.WilkinsonTactical.com). Other demonstratedservices includeQuality and Manufacturing engineering, technical writing, customer service and tech support, call centers, ISO-9000 and business development. Industries include: vending, automotive, telecom, plastics, sheet metal, and limited medical. · Type 7 FFL manufacturer . 3D Printing ·Solidworks ·rapid and conventional prototype ·Manufacturing ·Electro-mechanical assembly design and testing ·Plastics and sheet metal design ·Automated machine design and sustaining engineering · Wire harness design Book Author: The Practical Inventor - ISBN 978-0-9817954-2-3The Practical Inventor Kit - ISBN 978-0-9817954-0-9The Practical Inventor Design Journal - ISBN 978-0-9817954-5-4Practical hand Soldering (1981)Generic Quality Manual (1994)Flexible Circuits Design Manual (1995)

Our Work

Manufacturing Capabilities


3D Printing

50 Tons Injection Machines

Bridgeport Type Knee Mill

cnc 5000 rpm spindle

Contract Manufacturing

EMCO Hyperturn 665MC Plus

Engineering & Design

Engineering and Design

Fabricated Metals


Mechanical Assembly


Plastics & Rubber


Surface grinders: 1 set

Company Details



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