MK Precision is Hosting a Manufacturing Day Event

Have you ever wondered what it takes to manufacture class-leading medical devices and other precision components? Well that curiosity can soon be fulfilled at MK Precision! A special event is being held at our facility that will educate you on various manufacturing processes and show you how it’s done. You’ll get the chance to meet industry experts who will give you a ‘day in the life’ experience which can fuel your inner machinist!

Event Information:

  • Date: October 2, 2015
  • Time: 10:00am to 4pm
  • Location: 309 Camars Drive, Warminster, PA 18974
  • Dress code: Casual; no open toes shoes
  • Contact: Ron Bates – (215)675-4590
  • Sign up and RSVP by clicking here

Our facility tour will expose you to state-of-the-art, multi-axis machining centers that are capable of producing ultra-precise medical devices that are used in the healthcare industry every single day. What makes our company different is our rigorous set of standards that produce products that meet or exceed original equipment manufacturing. Some devices we produce are used in the medical field for minimally invasive surgeries that involve spinal, lumbar and thoracic implants. You will also get to see how our facility manufactures devices for dental applications and orthopedic equipment.

Manufacturing Day is a great opportunity for students who love using technology and want to be a part of an industry that supports the healthcare field. Take it from the President and CEO of MK Precision, Mike Klesh, who was diagnosed with scoliosis at the age of 20.  Klesh needed a special medical device to get his mobility back and to lessen his chronic pain.  His need for that medical device fueled his desire to help those out there with that same need – a precise device that can help them function again and live a life to the fullest.

The connection that Klesh has to the industry is something you won’t find anywhere else and it can show anyone who attends Manufacturing Day the dedication MK Precision has. Being able to tour the facility will not only give you a better perspective on the manufacturing industry, but it will also show you how you can run a business successfully with a dedicated team.

Additional Information:

Manufacturing Day is an event supported by a group of industry sponsors and co-producers to help amplify the voice of individual manufactures and aid in the spread of future success of manufacturing in the United States. It serves to address common misperceptions about manufacturing by giving those in the industry the ability to open their doors and show what manufacturing is – and what it isn’t. MFG Day aims to connect with future generations to show them the industry will continue to bring prosperity in the United States.