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Great Lakes Engineering, Inc.

GLE is a trend-setting manufacturer of surface mount stencils, precision laser cut parts and photo chemical machined parts for the defense, medical, electronics, aviation, energy, telecommunications, and computer industries.

Maple Grove, Minnesota, USA

Manufacturer of Assembly Material

  • Phone 763-425-4755
  • Fax 763-425-5450

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Great Lakes Engineering, Inc. Is Unsurpassed in Customer Service

Sep 07, 2016 | Great Lakes Engineering has prided itself on providing exemplary service to customers for more than 30 years, and the company knows it is succeeding when it receives a heartfelt ‘Thank You’ from a satisfied customer!

Great Lakes Engineering, Inc. Receives Supplier Recognition Award from Veeco

Dec 16, 2015 | Great Lakes Engineering announced today that it is the latest recipient of the 2015 Supplier Recognition Award from Veeco Instruments, Inc., a process equipment company.

Great Lakes Engineering, Inc. One of the First Manufacturers Partnered with Etsy.com

Oct 26, 2015 | Great Lakes Engineering is pleased to announce they are one of the first companies approved to provide manufacturing services on the popular marketplace website Etsy.

Great Lakes Engineering, Inc. Receives 2015 Best in Class Award from Electronic Systems Inc.

Sep 10, 2015 | Great Lakes Engineering announced today that it is the latest recipient of the 2015 Best in Class Award in the category of MRO/Consumables/Equipment from Electronic Systems Inc.

Great Lakes Engineering, Inc. Supports Children’s Hospitals & Clinics of Minnesota with Local Charity Event

Jul 23, 2015 | Great Lakes Engineering announced today that they participated in the 5th annual ‘It’s All About The Kids’ charity event benefitting the Children’s Hospitals & Clinics of Minnesota, which took place on July 11.

Harley Davidson motorcycle run with hundreds of bikers riding to the Children’s Hospital in Saint Paul.

Great Lakes Engineering, Inc. Awarded 2015 Best of Maple Grove Award for Assembly & Fabricating Service

Jun 17, 2015 | Great Lakes Engineering announced today that it is the latest recipient of the 2015 Best of Maple Grove Award in the category of Assembly & Fabricating Service.

Great Lakes Engineering, Inc. Hires E-Tronix as Local Rep

May 11, 2015 | Great Lakes Engineering announced today that it has hired E-Tronix to represent all of the company’s products in the territory of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa.

Erik Stromberg, President of E-Tronix.

Great Lakes Engineering Announces GAME CHANGER: First-Ever Temperature-Stable Solder Paste

Apr 20, 2015 | Great Lakes Engineering announced today that it now distributes a revolutionary solder paste. In what is a true market breakthrough, Henkel has developed the first-ever temperature-stable solder paste: LOCTITE GC 10. GC 10 is stable at 26.5°C for one year and at temperatures of up to 40°C for one month, providing benefits throughout the logistics and operations chain, while still offering unbeatable printability and reflow performance.

Temperature-stable solder paste: LOCTITE GC 10.

Great Lakes Engineering, Inc. Debuts the Wave Glide™ Innovative Squeegee Blade

Apr 15, 2015 | Great Lakes Engineering announces the introduction of the Wave Glide™, an innovative new Squeegee Blade developed by Lu-Con Technologies of Flemington, NJ, and designed to offer users a number of advantages over conventional squeegee blades.

Great Lakes Engineering to Expand in Electronics Industry

Apr 02, 2015 | Great Lakes Engineering, a distributor of Henkel Solder Paste and a cutting edge manufacturer of surface mount stencils, precision laser cut parts, photo chemical machined parts, and Lucon Squeegee Blades, is breaking into the electronics industry in a big way.

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