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Welcome to Eemus!

EEMUS MANUFACTURING CORPORATION is a supplier of various types of precision photo chemically etched components for the microelectronics, medical, aerospace and magnetic head industries. Our advanced technology and volume capacity can ensure quality parts from prototype runs to large volume orders.

EEMUS understands your needs for critical photo chemically etched parts. We have extensive experience in the etching of very thin metals with excellent quality at a competitive price. We are dedicated to provide you with the highest quality components.

Please feel free to visit our facility or call us to discuss your photo chemical etching needs. Let us show you why our components belong in your products.

A COMMITMENT TO QUALITY

To best serve our customers, EEMUS maintains an in-house quality control program which encompasses all phases of manufacturing. From the initial design stage through final inspection and packaging, our highly qualified staff, coupled with state-of-the-art equipment will produce precision components to meet your specifications. This vertically integrated production capability results in higher reliability in getting the job on time, while lowering the inherent manufacturing costs.

  • Intricate Metal PartsWithout Burrs
  • No Expensive Dies
  • Quick Turn-around
  • Close Tolerances

CUSTOMER SERVICE

Our policy of commitment to our customer is proven by our reputation of being both reliable and responsive. Our personnel are dedicated to the premise that customer service is a team effort and is everyone’s responsibility.

From design through product delivery we are ready to provide you with quality service. Our customer personnel, aided by a state-of-the-art computer network system, monitor the progress of your order and provide fast turnaround through strict production scheduling and effective inventory control.

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