Re:Build Manufacturing is pleased to announce the acquisition of AppliedLogix, of Rochester, New York. This acquisition enables Re:Build to expand our engineering and development capabilities for firmware, software, and electrical engineering applications across a variety of industries.
Founded in 2006, AppliedLogix is an engineering consulting firm that provides custom embedded system design expertise across a wide range of applications, including custom power conversion & control systems for alternative energy, high performance imaging systems, AI & machine learning, and automation. AppliedLogix’s core capabilities consist of FPGA programming, SoC development, advanced PCB design and layout, as well as EMC engineering and signal integrity analysis. AppliedLogix’s technical programming expertise and embedded design experience have made them an integral part of their customer’s engineering and design efforts.
“We are delighted to add our unique design expertise to Re:Build’s growing capabilities and look forward to supporting Re:Build’s vision of bringing end-to-end product design and manufacturing capabilities back to U.S. soil," said Angelo Caruso, co-founder of AppliedLogix. “Our team will continue to provide cost effective, system design and rapid prototyping as well as production-ready designs optimized for volume manufacturing.”
“The addition of AppliedLogix to the Re:Build family brings unparalleled industry expertise and a deep bench of veteran talent,” said Miles Arnone, CEO of Re:Build Manufacturing. “AppliedLogix’s technical competency across firmware, software, and electrical engineering disciplines, as well as their unmatched knowledge of embedded systems design, is complementary to Re:Build and will unlock new opportunities with our customers. Re:Build can now offer capabilities such as FPGA development, circuit board design and layout, signal integrity analysis and EMC engineering, and packaging design, which allows us to better serve our customers in bringing products to market.”
This acquisition marks the 11th for Re:Build Manufacturing since November 2020, and builds on the company’s mission to create a template for the revitalization of engineering and manufacturing as a core competency of the U.S.