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Re:Build Manufacturing Continues to Expand their Advanced Materials Group with the Acquisition of Wonder Machine Services, Inc.

Re:Build Manufacturing Continues to Expand their Advanced Materials Group with the Acquisition of Wonder Machine Services, Inc.

Framingham, MA — Monday June, 7th, 2021 — Re:Build Manufacturing is pleased to announce the acquisition of Wonder Machine Services Inc., located in Avon, OH. Wonder Machine will be a cornerstone of Re:Build’s continued expansion in aerospace, defense, high-performance industrial, and consumer product market segments.

Founded in 1976, Wonder Machine is the most recent addition to Re:Build Manufacturing’s Advanced Material Group. Over the last 45 years, Wonder Machine has built significant process knowledge and capacity to produce high-tolerance machine components in a dedicated, AS9100 accredited facility. Wonder Machine specializes in precision CNC machining, CNC milling, turning, and prototyping, with a particular knowledge base developed around ultra-high-tolerance components for mission critical applications, and supporting multi-year, volume production programs. Wonder Machine will operate as a part of Re:Build CDI, a diversified manufacturer of metallic and composite components and assemblies, also located in Avon, OH.

“We are thrilled to have Wonder Machine as part of the Re:Build family. We’ve investigated dozens of precision CNC machine businesses in North America. Wonder is in a class of its own, with an incredible knowledge base built around the nuances of high-tolerance CNC machining, combined with significant production capacity to support our growth plans within Re:Build Manufacturing more broadly,” said Miles Arnone, CEO of Re:Build Manufacturing.

“Merging with Re:Build CDI was a very logical step for Wonder Machine. We have worked very closely with CDI over the past 25 years and the combining of our organizations under Re:Build CDI will allow us to become more efficient and leverage our core competencies and common strengths to benefit existing and future customers. Our combined operations will lead to both retention and creation of skilled manufacturing jobs for the foreseeable future,” said George Woyansky, Wonder Machine’s President and CEO. Woyansky will remain with Re:Build CDI as president of the Wonder Machine facility and as the technical lead for CNC machining.

About Re:Build Manufacturing

Re:Build Manufacturing is dedicated to building a better future for its employees, customers, partners, communities, and shareholders through a new model of industrialization. Re:Build is focused on revitalizing America’s manufacturing base and creating meaningful, sustainable jobs in areas that have been deindustrialized over the past 20-30 years. Re:Build Advanced Materials Group is a leading provider of engineering, development, prototyping and production of structural components for a wide range of applications and industries.

Media Contact
Mike Bain
Sr. Marketing Manager
m.bain@oribicomposites.com
(303) 376-9451
https://www.rebuildmanufacturing.com

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