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MWW aims to disrupt the gift industry with its customized products and quick turnaround times.

By Mark Lawton, Knighthouse Media

MWW Inc., which was founded in 1932 as Manual Woodworkers and Weavers, has a gift service division that works with gift store operations and a national accounts divisions that provides national brick-and-mortar retailers with home goods.

MWW On Demand, the company’s fastest-growing division, was renamed in 2010 from MWW Solutions and provides customized home décor, accessory and apparel products that are completely customizable, produced in three to five days, and shipped directly to the end consumer.

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Delta Controls launches new building automation system products in line with IoT.  

By Kat Zeman, Knighthouse Media

Specializing in building automation systems and energy management software, Delta Controls is at the forefront of making buildings smarter.

For more than 30 years, the company’s focus on innovation and sustainability has made it an industry leader with more than 300 distributors and a network of partners in more than 80 countries around the globe.

“We are growing the company and increasing the breadth of our products and applications to actively advance the IoT movement,” COO Agustin Castellanos says. “Our controllers and technology is innovative and in many cases unique and we want take it and expand into different markets.”


Controlled Automation creates solutions to meet its clients’ specific needs.

By Alan Dorich, Knighthouse Media

When clients come to Controlled Automation with a problem, they can count on the company to provide a custom solution to meet their specific needs. “We’re diversified enough where we can tackle a lot of things [that] other manufacturers cannot,” Vice President of Sales and Marketing Kris Sikes declares.

Many of its competitors will offer clients an “off-the-shelf” solution, but Controlled Automation is willing to re-engineer and automate other firms’ machines to meet their specific needs. “We have less constraints on software and less constraints on engineering,” he says.


Precision Roll Grinders continues to raise the bar by holding tolerances that remain unmatched by its competitors, helping its customers increase productivity and realize greater profits.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Knighthouse Media

For nearly 50 years, Precision Roll Grinders has prided itself on being as close to perfect as possible. “We can hold tolerances no one else can on large, round cylindrical components because of our people, equipment and tools and processes,” President and CEO Ed Gumina says. “We can grind anything large cylindrical – up to 120 tons, measuring up to 600 inches or longer, from two inches to 100 inches in diameter and hold 20 millionths of an inch in roundness, which is a tiny fraction of the width of a human hair.”


MASABA Inc. continues to invest in its facility and people to remain an industry leader in manufacturing rugged equipment for the world’s infrastructure.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Knighthouse Media

MASABA Inc. specializes in the design and manufacturing of rugged equipment for the world. “Our products reputation of strength and reliability comes not only from the high level of engineering and quality manufacturing processes, but our family of employees who take great pride in their work, knowing they are helping to build the world’s infrastructure,” third-generation owner Jerad Higman says.


Crissair serves tier one and tier two aerospace companies with its products, including valves.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor, Knighthouse Media

Not many can say that their products are used on virtually every airplane platform in the world, but Crissair Inc. can. “It’s a pretty good position to be in,” President Mike Alfred declares.

Based in Valencia, Calif., the company manufactures high-quality, aircraft fluid control components, including valves, actuators, hydraulic manifolds, solenoid valves and pumps, and counts The Boeing Co., Airbus, Lockheed Martin and other tier one and tier two aerospace companies among its clients. “We are on nearly every aircraft platform that flies,” he says.


Fullerton Tool is a leader in solid carbide cutting tools and maintains this with investments in its operation, team and growth.

By Staci Davidson, Managing Editor, Knighthouse Media

In today’s manufacturing environment, the companies that tend to succeed above the rest are dedicated to quality, maintain a high level of service, innovate products that best meet customers’ needs and understand that continuous improvement will keep all of this in line. Fullerton Tool Company checks all of these boxes and more – the family owned organization is committed to manufacturing in the United States, and by maintaining a world-class operation, the company has a base of thousands of loyal customers.

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