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Herb Homeyer can still remember the first job that his company, Homeyer Tool and Die, handled back in May 1990 when it was just getting off the ground.
“It was a fixture for the Binkley Company, which is now SAF Holland,” Homeyer recalled.
Sitting at his desk in the company’s Marthasville location, Homeyer held up one of the products Homeyer Tool and Die makes today, 20 years later.
“These are forceps for cauterizing blood vessels during neurosurgery,” he said.
Homeyer Tool and Die offers concept to assembly work in precision machining, tool and die, specialty machines, EDM (electronic discharge machine) and engineering between its two facilities, in Marthasville and Union. Read More »