Micropulse West was founded in 1994. Our goal was to create a customer-oriented company where dedicated professionals would go the extra mile to provide customers with outstanding service. Our personalized services are available 24 hours a day. This means that we can easily meet your deadlines. With many different Machining Technologies and a team of highly experienced personnel, Micropulse West is here to provide you with the machining services you need.
Equipped with the most accurate and latest technology available, we are your full service specialists offering a variety of services to meet your individual needs such as, Wire EDM, Ram EDM, Small Hole EDM, CNC and Manual Machining/Turning, Surface Grinding, and Inspection.
"Our mission at Micropulse West is to provide you with the highest level of quality from highly skilled people using the latest machining technology available.
We want you to be completely satisfied with your results. We maintain a lean, efficient operation. Our personalized service produces better customer satisfaction. Our goal is to develop long lasting, mutually beneficial, professional relationships."
Joseph Tripi, President
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