Fabrisonic LLC, a manufacturer specializing in 3D metal Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing applications, announces its move to a larger, state-of-the-art facility in Lewis Center, Ohio. Fabrisonic has been incubated by EWI at their facility in Columbus, on the campus of The Ohio State University since 2011. Business growth has driven the need for additional space to expand and make room for more people, machines and expanded parts production. The new 30,000 sq. ft. facility is located at 7719 Graphics Way, Suite A, Lewis Center, OH 43035.
“The across-town move does not adversely impact Fabrisonic employees, allowing the company to maintain access to its current talent pool and attract new employees to accommodate growth,” said Mark Norfolk, Fabrisonic president and CEO. “Although it’s time for us to spread our wings and move out of mom and dad’s basement, we’re staying close to our Buckeye engineering roots.” Fabrisonic also upgraded its entire IT infrastructure to a higher security platform that meets government sensitive data requirements.
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